Panmunjom Declaration Is Historic Milestone for Independent Reunification
The Panmunjom Declaration is a great signal flare fired by the north and the south of Korea and serves as a historic milestone for connecting the broken vein of the nation and ushering in a new era of independent reunification.
Thanks to the adoption of the declaration, the fellow countrymen received a programme for ushering in a new era of independent reunification and have became to more vigorously turn out in the patriotic struggle for the national reunification with confidence.
The declaration is the most realistic and reasonable programme common to the nation as it is based on the idea of By Our Nation Itself and the principle of independence and reflects the intention and desire of the entire nation and meets the requirement of the international community aspiring after the peace and reunification on the Korean Peninsula.
It is also a programme of independent reunification in the era of Kim Jong Un, the new historic one, successor to the June 15 joint declaration and the October 4 declaration provided by leader Kim Jong Il.
It is a historic declaration through which to declare that the north and the south would make a new history of national reconciliation and usher in a new era of common prosperity by their concerted efforts.
For the north and the south to pool efforts is a prerequisite for the national reunification and it is inseparable from independent reunification and peace and prosperity.
It is a great declaration for ushering in a new spring of peace and security desired by all the fellow countrymen by defusing the danger of war on the peninsula and easing the military tensions.
It is a crucial one which made a new breakthrough in ensuring peace and security not only in the Korean peninsula but also in Northeast Asia and the rest of the world and brought about a dramatic diastrophic change in the international political trend.
Only when the declaration is implemented sincerely, can one expect the development of the inter-Korean ties and the bright future of the peace and independent reunification in the peninsula.
Ho Yong Min