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PROCLAMATION: Korean War Remembrance Day

WHEREAS, the year 2021 marks the 71st anniversary of the start of the Korean

War; and

WHEREAS, 71 years ago, the United States and the Republic of Korea stood shoulder to shoulder on the frontlines of battle to protect freedom and democracy; and

WHEREAS, the United States and the Republic of Korea now stand together as allies and partners, economically and politically; and

WHEREAS, this enduring partnership between two countries will be sustained and further strengthened in the future; and

WHEREAS, we honor and remember the Americans, Koreans, and members of the 21 nations making up the United Nations who committed themselves to support South Korea and who paid the ultimate price, and

WHEREAS, we recognize that all Americans owe a debt of gratitude to Korean War veterans for their brave and selfless sacrifices;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Jay Inslee, Governor of the state of Washington, do hereby proclaim June 25, 2021 as

Korean War Remembrance Day

in Washington, and I urge all people to join me in welcoming our distinguished visitors and celebrating this important occasion.