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  • 발신자주일공사
  • 수신자외무부장관
  • 날짜1960년 11월 2일
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  • 문서번호T M-1111
  • 형태사항한국어,영어 
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11月 2日
事務次官
정일형 외무장관의 기자회견 내용 보고
번 호 : TM-1111

일 시 : 021435

수신인 : 외무부장관 귀하
〔판독 난 3줄〕
SOUTH KOREA WILL NOT HALT TOKYO TALKS CHUNG SAYS
 

SOUTH KOREAN FOREIGN MINISTER CHUNG IL HYUNG SAID IN TOKYO YESTERDAY THAT HIS GOVERNMENT HAD NO INTENTION OF BREAKING THE PRESENT NORMALIZATION TALKS WITH JAPAN BECAUSE OF THE EXTENSION OF THE JAPAN-NORTH KOREA REPATRIATION PROGRAM. HE TOLD NEWSMEN THAT HE ALSO HOPED JAPAN AND THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA WOULD PROCEED WITH THE PRELIMINARY TALKS CAUTIOUSLY AND IN A "SPIRIT OF RECIPROCITY AND MUTUAL RELIANCE." THE KOREAN MINISTER MADE THIS STATEMENT DURING A BRIEF STOPOVER IN TOKYO EN ROUTE TO NEW YORK WHERE HE WILL ATTEND THE U.S. GENERAL ASSEMBLY AS AN OBSERVER. CHUNG ARRIVED AT TOKYO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AT 5:05 P.M. BY NWA, ACCOMPANIED BY HIS WIFE AND A THREE-MEMBER PARTY. AT HIS AIRPORT PRESS CONFERENCE, CHUNG ADMITTED THAT THE PEOPLE OF SOUTH KOREA ARE INDIGNANT OVER THE ONE YEAR EXTENSION OF THE NORTH KOREA REPATRIATION PROGRAM. HE SAID HE HAD "NO WORDS TO EXPRESS THE DANGER OF THE KOREAN PEOPLE." BUT, CHUNG SAID, THE ROK GOVERNMENT HAS NO INTENTION OF BREAKING THE JAPAN-ROK PRELIMINARY TALKS BECAUSE OF THE REPATRIATION PROBLEM. THEN HE EXPRESSED THE HOPE THAT JAPAN WOULD SHOW SINCERITY IN THE TOKYO TALKS. DISCUSSING ECONOMIC COOPERATION BETWEEN THE TWO COUNTRIES, CHUNG SAID HE BELIEVED THAT THE DETAILS WOULD BE TAKEN UP IN THE COURSE OF THE PRELIMINARY TALKS.
THE FOREIGN MINISTER DISCLOSED THAT HIS GOVERNMENT WILL DRAFT A CONCRETE PROPOSAL ON ECONOMIC COOPERATION AS THE TALKS PROGRESS. ASKED ABOUT THE PROSPECTS OF THE UNIFICATION OF SOUTH AND NORTH KOREA CHUNG SAID FIRMLY, "I DON'T THINK IT IS POSSIBLE." "I APPRECIATE SEN. MASEFIELD TAKING DEEP INTEREST IN THE KOREAN UNIFICATION PROBLEM. BUT I CANNOT SAY THAT HE (MANFIELD) IS NOT FULLY AWARE OF THE SITUATION IN KOREA," CHUNG SAID. HE WENT ON TO SAY, "IT IS THE DESIRE OF OUR PEOPLE TO SEE SOUTH AND NORTH KOREA UNIFIED INTO A SINGLE COUNTRY, BUT WE DO NOT WANT IT TO BE REALIZED THROUGH NEUTRALIZATION AS MENTIONED IN THE MANSFIELD REPORT." CHUNG ALSO SAID HE DID NOT THINK THAT THE AUSTRIAN FORMULA WOULD WORK FOR KOREA. HE EXPLAINED THAT AUSTRIA. WHEN WAS ALREADY A SINGLE COUNTRY AND THAT A SYSTEM WAS IN GOOD SHAPE AROUND THE AUSTRIAN TERRITORY. CHUNG SAID, HOWEVER, THAT KOREA IS SURROUNDED BY RED CHINA AND OTHER COMMUNIST COUNTRIES WHO THE WHOLE OF THE WORLD. THEN CHUNG DESCRIBED REPORT AS A "STUDY MATERIAL" FOR STUDENTS. "THE REASON WHY AM ATTENDING THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY," CHUNG SAID, "IS THAT THE NEW ROK GOVERNMENT WISHES TO EXPRESS ITS DETERMINATION TO CONTRIBUTE TO WORLD PEACE AS A MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY." CHUNG SAID HE DESIRED TO CONFER WITH FOREIGN MINISTER ZENTARO KOSAKA ON PROBLEMS PENDING BETWEEN THE TWO COUNTRIES ON HIS WAY BACK FROM THE UNITED STATES. BUT HE SAID HE WAS AFRAID SUCH A CONFERENCE WOULD BE DIFFICULT TO MATERIALIZE BECAUSE OF "DOMESTIC (SOUTH KOREA'S) CIRCUMSTANCES." CHUNG ADDED THAT HE WOULD THEREFORE LOOK FORWARD TO THE "NEXT OPPORTUNITY." JAPAN AND THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA WILL RESUME THEIR PRELIMINARY TALKS IN TOKYO TODAY FOR NORMALIZING THEIR RELATIONS. TODAY'S SECOND PLENARY SESSION OF THE FIRTH NORMALIZATION TALKS, WHICH WERE RESUMED OCT. 25, WILL OPEN AT THE FOREIGN OFFICE AT 11 A.M. TO DISCUSS THE CONDUCT OF PRELIMINARY TALKS. THE TWO DELEGATIONS ARE EXPECTED TO SET UP FOUR SUBCOMMITTEES ON BASIC RELATIONS, KOREAN CLAIM FISHING AND THE "PEACE LINE" AND LEGAL STATUS OF KOREA RESIDENTS *** JAPAN. FOREIGN OFFICE SOURCES SAID THAT THE *** DEALING WITH THE PENDING PROBLEMS, MIGHT DEMAND "QUID PRO QUO" FOR JAPAN'S AGREEMENT TO SEND KOREA TO NORTH KOREA FOR ANOTHER YEAR.
SUCH DEMANDS, THEY SAID MAY BE MADE ESPECIALLY ON THE FISHERY AND CLAIMS ISSUES. THEY PREDICTED THAT THE TALKS WOULD ENCOUNTER ROUGH GOING AS THEY ENTER FULL-***DEBATES ON THE POINTS AT ISSUE. THE SUBCOMMITTEES ARE NOT SCHEDULED TO GO INTO SUBSTANTIAL DEBATES UNTIL AFTER THE NOV. 20 ELECTION. BUT IT IS BELIEVED THAT THE NEGOTIATORS OF THE TWO COUNTRIES WOULD INFORMALLY MEET FROM TIME TO TIME TO IRON OUT THEIR DIFFERENCES.

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