Prime Minister Han Deok-soo paid condolences to the late Corporal Chae Su-geun, a member of the Marine Corps, who died while searching for a missing person in a flood체스카지노.

On the 20th, Prime Minister Han visited the coffin of Kim Dae-sik of the 1st Marine Corps in Pohang, where the mortuary of the deceased was prepared, and laid flowers and burned incense. Then, while holding Corporal Chae’s father’s hand, he expressed regret, saying, “No matter what I say, I don’t think it will comfort me.” Corporal Chae’s mother told Prime Minister Han, “Please be mindful of the safety of our soldiers. In Korea, accidents always happen and then they are dealt with. What kind of effect does that have? I don’t know how to live in the future after sending my son who didn’t even bloom. Thank you for coming a long way.” do,” he said. Prime Minister Han said, “I will listen to my mother’s words and do my best to make the country a safe country.” He then promised, “I will do my best to show respect (for Corporal Chae’s funeral, etc.).”Previously, Prime Minister Han also visited the joint incense burner at the Chungcheongbuk-do Provincial Office for victims of the flooding of the Gungpyeong 2 Underpass in Osong, North Chungcheong Province. After laying flowers, Prime Minister Han met with the bereaved families and said, “I pray for the souls of the deceased, and express my deepest consolation to the bereaved families for the immeasurable misery they feel,” the Prime Minister’s Office reported. He also wrote in the guestbook, “I feel a heavy sense of responsibility for the unfortunate death. We will definitely create a safer Korea.” Prime Minister Han ordered the Chungcheongbuk-do Provincial Office to “operate the one-on-one support system immediately so that the bereaved families do not feel uncomfortable” and “take sufficient necessary measures such as trauma treatment.”

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