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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

September 2019
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Speeches

Japan does not want North Korea to continue nuclear development and the development of nuclear arms. Denuclearization of North Korea will also be beneficial for Japan’s security. The South Korean government should confirm the common interests of Japan and South Korea for the denuclearization of North Korea and should emphasize the necessity of cooperation between Japan and South Korea.”

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“Russia’s firm conviction is that there is no alternative to inter-Korean dialogue and cooperation. Moscow never failed to confirm that Russia supports the policy of developing dialogue between the two Korean states and bringing them closer together and that Russia has always aspired to, and today expresses its unequivocal support for, a dialogue and rapprochement of the Korean states and maintaining a denuclearized Korean peninsula.”

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“We must stay focused on the goal. Our goal is the complete dismantlement of nuclear weapons and the weapons of mass destruction. The only way to achieve this goal is to maintain the R.O.K.–U.S. alliance.”

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Japan’s former defense intelligence chief outlines threats and opportunities for regional security in the relationship of South Korea and Japan.”

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“Considering the changes in the generations that form the two Koreas today since they were divided, as well as the current dynamics of the fourth industrial revolution, internationalization and rade liberalization, it is realistic to push for unification in a practical sense.”

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“What if North Korea were free of nuclear weapons and had a free economic environment? This would, as all would agree, have economic consequences of unimaginable consequences. It would become an instant magnet for huge investment in infrastructure, industries, service, and development of natural resources.”

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“In this situation, it is desirable that South Korea should endeavor to realize freedom and democracy, human rights and welfare, which are the constitutional values of South Korea and the universal values of humanity, on the Korean peninsula, and to call for international support for it. In order for these values to be realized on the Korean Peninsula, changes in the present North Korean regime must be premised.”

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“Excluding North Korea, Northeast Asia is faced with two levels of threat. One is the failure of Japan and South Korea to forge a substantive defense agreement despite both being formal US allies, and this leads into the second threat in that the absence of such a security mechanism makes it easier for China to exploit America’s allies and pitch a narrative about its global expansion in terms of it being America against China.”

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“I must emphasize, at this critical time in this region, it is imperative not to hamper the trilateral security cooperation, not only for the stability and peace of the Korean peninsula but also for the security of Japan.”

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“…there is a growing need for security cooperation between Korea, Japan and the U.S. in the future. North Korea’s surging nuclear missile capability poses a common threat to Korea and Japan, and this threat is bound to heighten barring any solutions to North Korea’s nuclear issue.”

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"A unified Korea with rich mineral resources, manpower, capital and technology will undoubtedly make a new Korea a strong power."

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“I am very sure that this International Leadership Conference will provide a golden opportunity as an international group of leaders from various sectors to contribute to peace and security in Northeast Asia and to open a pathway to the peaceful reunification of the Korean Peninsula.”

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