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November 17, 1955

Telegram from Ministry of Foreign Affairs of ROK to the Office of the president

Report on the acceptance from the Japan regarding pre-war Korean detainees and related press release

November 28, 1979

Cable, South Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs to South Korean Ambassador to the UK, 'Soviet Union’s Suggestion to the North Korean Puppet Regime to Invade the South'

A Member of Parliament in the UK reports on information about the Soviet Union allegedly pushing North Korea to invade South Korea.

December 15, 1979

Telegram from South Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs to South Korean Ambassador about South Korean government's position on Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Richard Holbrooke's problem posing on the 12.12 Incident

A telegram correspondence between South Korea Minister of Foreign Affairs to South Korean Ambassador in regards to Assistant Secretary Holbrooke's discussion of the December 12 incident. The telegram also outlines the events of General Jeong Seung-hwa's arrest.

December 13, 1979

Cable, South Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs to All Overseas Mission Chiefs, 'Emergency Situation (No. 29)' (Draft)

A telegram asking overseas mission chiefs to collect foreign responses regarding the arrest incident of Army Chief of Staff Jeong Seung-hwa, Martial Law Commander.

April 23, 1977

Countermeasure to North Korea's Proposal on DMZ Alternation

Analysis and countermeasures on North Korea's proposal of expanding the range of the demilitarized zone, including the stance of the US government on this issue.

June 7, 1979

Plan of Response to the US Proposal for Three-Way Talks

Analysis on problems of the US proposal for three-way talks and plan of alternative suggestion by ROK government.

June 19, 1979

ROK’s Position Regarding the Trilateral Meeting (Draft Plan)

Guidelines to the Ambassador to the US when opening negotiations with the US regarding trilateral meeting during President Jimmy Carter's visit.

July 10, 1979

Statement of the Spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The South Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs announces a proposal to renew dialogue and discussion between the two Koreas and the United States.

November 22, 1979

Telegram to the Asia Department Head from Information and Culture Department, 'North Korea Holds Chief Diplomatic Officers Conference'

The Information and Culture Department of the South Korean Foreign Ministry analyzes the outcomes and reasoning behind the recall of North Korea's diplomatic staff from around the world, speculating that the maneuver is related to a North Korean attempt to take advantage of the situation in South Korea following Park Chung Hee's death.

January 18, 1977

The Government Stance on the Proposal to Conclude a South-North Korean Mutual Non-Aggression Pact

Park Chung Hee's stance on the conclusion of South-North Korean Non-Aggression Pact. His proposal deals with South Korea's unification policy and the withdrawal of American Troops issue.