In this lengthy transcript of discussions between Stephen Solarz and Kim Il Sung, Solarz poses questions about prospects for Korea's unification, exchanges between North and South Korea, and exchanges between North Korea and the U.S. In his response, Kim emphasizes the DPRK's views regarding the necessary preconditions for unification and increased cooperation between the two Koreas. Later, Kim Yong Nam continues to elaborate to Solarz on the North Korean perspective of unification and the role of the international community in perpetrating division.
March 17, 1980
Potential Solarz Codel to North and South Korea
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This note discusses Congressman Solarz's potential visit to North Korea.
Jimmy Carter Library, Records of the Office of the National Security Advisor, Zbiginiew Brzezinski's Country Files (NSA6), Box 44, Korea, Republic of, 1-580. Obtained for NKIDP by Charles Kraus.
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