August 21, 1970
Letter, UNCURK Principal Secretary Kuzbari to UN Chef de Cabinet Narasimhan, Park Chung Hee's August 15 Address
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In a drastic change from previous policy, President Park Chung Hee called for the peaceful reunification of the peninsula. One of the prerequisites would be North Korea's uneqivocal acceptance of the competence and authority of the UN. Some believe that the strength of the ROK economy and SALT program may have prompted Park's change in attitude.
- Korean reunification question (1945- )
- Strategic Arms Limitation Talks
- Soviet Union--Foreign relations--United States
- Korea (North)--Foreign relations--Korea (South)
- United Nations--Korea
- Korea (South)--Politics and government
- Korea (South)--Foreign relations
- News agencies--Korea (South)
- Korea (South)--Economic conditions
- Internal security--Korea (South)
- National security--Law and legislation--Korea (South)
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