the crossroads to peaceMoon Jae-in president leaves for Europe. From October 13th to 21st, the military will continue for seven nights and eight days with Belgium, France, Italy, the Kingdom of the Koryo, and Denmark. Attendance at the two-year Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) will be the most important schedule. Asem will be joined by 21 Asian countries, 30 European countries, the ASEAN Secretariat and the European Union. This is comparable in scale to the G20 summit. It is a multi-national diplomatic stage tailored to appeal to the international community for the opportunity to dismantle the Cold War on the Korean Peninsula and for reconciliation and peace. Recently Mr. Moon has emphasized the importance of multilateral diplomacy.
A new order is now being created on the Korean Peninsula. The new order on the Korean Peninsula will lead to a new order in Northeast Asia. The whole process is seen as a necessary and helpful process for the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and the establishment of a permanent peace regime. We should also make active efforts to work with other countries outside of the United States to dismantle the last cold war left on Earth." (President Moon, the head of the Cabinet on October 8)
You can't get peace with a cold war.스포츠토토
Negotiations between North Korea and the U.S. are in full swing, but the situation on the Korean Peninsula remains bleak. There is no telling when or where the ice will break. "Bolmensori," which comes from the U.S. side over inter-Korean relations, is also a cause for concern. U.S. President Donald Trump said on October 10 at the White House in Washington that the South Korean government is reportedly considering lifting sanctions against the North. Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-hwa attended the National Assembly's Foreign Affairs and Unification Committee on the previous day and said, "Review on lifting the May 24 measure."