Korean Agreement 1972

During the discussions, the two sides tried to eliminate the lack of awareness and mistrust and increased tensions between the South and the North following a long separation, and to accelerate the unification of the homeland, they reached a total agreement on the following points: NKIDP e-dossier No. 10, “RpDC perspectives on Korean reunification after July 4, 1972, joined communicated between North and South Korea. Below is an unofficial translation showing the full text of the agreement they signed. For more information, we`ve combined key phrases and segments with comments. Lee Hu Rak, director of Seoul`s Central Intelligence Agency, travelled to Pyongyang from May 2-5, 1972 to meet with Director Kim Yong Ju of the Pyongyang organization and leadership. Second Vice-President Pak Sung Chul, on behalf of Director Kim Yong Ju, travelled to Seoul from 29 May to 1 June 1972 to continue talks with Rector Lee Hu Rak. The joint communiqué of 4 July 1972 , the first document on which North and South Korea agreed after the partition of the Korean Peninsula in 1945, is of particular historical importance. In particular, the two Koreas reached an agreement with the joint communiqué on the three principles of reunification (independence, peaceful union and great national unity). The communiqué also took the North-South dialogue to a new level, with the two sides agreeing to stop hiding each other, to engage in various forms of exchange, to create a telephone line between Seoul and Pyongyang, and to establish a South-North coordination committee to ease tensions, prevent armed clashes and resolve the issue of unification.

On Friday, the leaders of North And South Korea – Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae-in – signed an agreement in which they pledged to work toward the common goal of denuclearization on the peninsula. However, as this collection of Romanian documents indicates shortly after the announcement of the joint communiqué, there was a strong disagreement between North and South Korea over the interpretation of the three principles of reunification. While both sides saved money in the months following the publication of the joint communiqué, it was the establishment of Yushin`s dictatorial system in South Korea in October 1972 that led North Korea to clearly rethink its strategy for the best possible reunification of the Korean peninsula. The work of Joanna Liu, Soomin Oh, Yuree Kim and Ria Chae made this NKIDP e-file completed in a timely manner. The most important news of the day, sponsored by post-editorial editors and delivered every morning. In this context, President Moon Jae-in agreed to visit Pyongyang in the fall . . . . DOCUMENT No. 9 Telegram from Bucharest to Pyongyang, SECRET, No.

02/01810, 21 March 1973 One wonders if the forces against Pres. The parks of reconciliation with the North have sabotaged the implementation of the Agenda of July 4. Shortly after the joint statement on 4 July, Lee Hu Rak was appointed by KCIA and General Kim Jae Kyu, a friend of Pres`. Park Chung Hee, fired. On October 26, 1979, Kim Jae Kyu killed Chung Hee at KCIA headquarters.