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January 5, 1976

Cable, American Embassy Seoul to the Secretary of State, 'ROK Nuclear Reprocessing'

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The American Ambassador to Korea voices his opinion that the U.S. can discourage the SOuth Korean nuclear program while avoiding confrontation and a "humiliating loss of face and prestige" for Park Chung Hee.

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Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library, National Security Adviser Presidential Country Files for East Asia and the Pacific, Box 12, Korea - State Department Telegrams, to SecState - NODIS (10). Contributed by Charles Kraus.


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