TITLE

Relations Between North and South Korea

AUTHOR(S)
DAE-JUNG, KIM
PUB. DATE
July 2000
SOURCE
Vital Speeches of the Day;07/01/2000, Vol. 66 Issue 18, p546
SOURCE TYPE
Primary Source Document
DOC. TYPE
Speech
ABSTRACT
Presents a speech by Kim Dae-Jung, President of the Republic of Korea, delivered upon his arrival from Pyongyang, Seoul, Korea, on June 15, 2000, dealing with the issue of the eventual unification of North and South Korea.
ACCESSION #
3287129

 

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