Almost 200 photos, objects and documentary films on President Kim Il Sung of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) and the ties between the DPRK and Vietnam have been displayed at the Ho Chi Minh Museum, Hanoi.

The April 22 exhibition also introduced DPRK’s culture, history and achievements in national construction and defence over the past 60 years.

Addressing the opening of the event, Vice Director of the DPRK Revolutionary Museum and co-organiser of the exhibition, Nam Kyong Chon affirmed that Vietnam’s organisation of the exhibition to mark the centenary of President Kim Il Sung’s birth (April 15) reflected Vietnamese people’s admiration of the DPRK’s great leader and its support and solidarity with the DPRK people’s revolutionary cause.

This is the fifth time Ho Chi Minh Museum and DPRK Revolutionary Museum have jointly organised an exhibition, helping further promote solidarity between the two peoples./.