"Different viewpoints on the declaration of the end of the Korean War"_USFK Issue is a separate matter!"

Author
Janne Pak
Date
2021-10-30 01:24
(10-28-2021)  by: Janne Pak(White House and Pentagon Correspondent)


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It is known that there is a different viewpoints on the declaration of the end of the war between South Korea and the U.S..  The South Korea intends to use the end-of-war declaration as a political declaration to provide a place for dialogue with North Korea and use it politically in next year's presidential election.

The U.S. said that the first priority is to resolve the North Korean nuclear issue, and the next step is to discuss an end to the war. It can be seen that the U.S. ranks differently from South Korea in the declaration of the end of the war.

White House National Security Adviser Sullivan said at a recent press conference, "The United States and South Korea are strategically aligned, but they may have different views on the exact sequence, timing, or conditions at different stages."

At the Pentagon briefing today (26th, local), Pentagon Chief Spokesperson Kirby answered my question: "North Korea will demand the withdrawal of U.S. forces from South Korea once the declaration of an end to the war begins. What is your comment?"

"USFK is stationed on the Korean Peninsula for the sake of the alliance," said Spokesperson Kirby. And he said he hoped that the USFK issue would not be put on the end of the war declaration table.

It can be seen that the issue of withdrawal of U.S. troops from South Korea desired by North Korea is a separate issue from the declaration of the end of the war.

The U.S. Congress and think tank experts on the Korean Peninsula are also making the same comments on the recent declaration of an end to the war. There is also a concern that the U.S. could be exploited by the South Korean government. Because South Korea is planning with Xi Jinping to declare an end to the war in China.

Recently, it was reported that South Korean Foreign Minister Chung Eui-yong also met with high-level Chinese officials to discuss the end of the war.
As such, the declaration of an end to the war proposed by South Korea is being made in favor of China, North Korea and South Korea.

The United States is South Korea's only ally, but the current Moon administration is a dangerous regime because it is closer to China.

Joseph DeTrani, a former U.S. special envoy for North Korea, recently said, “If a declaration of an end to the war is discussed, the issue of the ROK-U.S. alliance and the issue of U.S. forces in South Korea are separate matters.

This is because the pre-conditions for North Korea's declaration of an end to the war are the withdrawal of U.S. forces from South Korea and the rupture of the ROK-U.S. alliance.

The Moon Jae-in administration's dangerous prank with China is beginning. The United States carefully reviews the declaration of an end to the Korean War, and North Korea, China. And we must not be deceived by the Moon Jae-in regime in South Korea.


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(Janne Pak, White House Correspondent)
A Professional female Journalist who has covered the Korean Peninsula Issues and Korea-U.S. relations for over 20 years, White House, Pentagon, State Department, Congress.