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North and South Korea Sign Historic Pact— China Furious

Posted by Author on October 14, 2007

Central News Agency (CNA), Taiwan, Via the Epochtimes, Oct 12, 2007-

The declaration of “an end to the war” by North and South Korea might happen without China’s involvement, and this appears to have angered Beijing. The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs made it known that China was not willing to accept the situation and ordered Chinese Embassies in North and South Korea to investigate the actual intention behind the pact.

South Korean President Roh Moo-Hyun and North Korean leader Kim Jong-II signed the South-North Joint Declaration in Pyongyang on October 4. The historic three-day bilateral talks resulted in a move toward a peace treaty that would replace the Korean War’s 1953 cease-fire and an effort toward lasting peace by way of a three or four country summit.

North Korea’s The Chosun Ilbo reported that the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs was very angry with language suggesting that China might be excluded from a summit meeting involving three countries. The report quoted a senior officer in China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs saying that it was unimaginable to exclude China from the discussion because China, the United States and North Korea were all an essential part of the equation.

The senior officer went on to say that China had already instructed its Embassy in South Korea to examine the statements made by Cheong Wa Dae (Office of the South Korean President) spokesman Cheon Ho-seon. He also ordered the Chinese Embassy in Pyongyang to find out the reasons behind having a “three or four” way summit as mentioned in the declaration.

After the historic declaration was signed, Ning Fukui, the Chinese Ambassador to South Korea, noted the significance of ending the decades-long stand-off through a peace accord. He also stressed that China would play an active role in the procedure.

Ambassador Ning indicated that China would not accept a formal end to the Korean War in a three-way summit (North and South Korea and the United States) where China is not involved.
Original report from the Epochtimes

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