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  • 날짜1955년
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CHRONOLOGICAL HIGHLIGHTS OF THE PEACE LINE ISSUE
 

1. January 18, 1952 - The Korean Government issued "Presidential Proclamation of Sovereignty over Adjacent Seas".
2. January 19, 1952- the Korean Mission notified the Presidential Proclamation to the Japanese government through the SCAP authorities.
3. January 28, 1952 - The Japanese Foreign Minister in its Note refuted the Proclamation.
4. February 12, 1952 - The Korean Mission transmitted to the Japanese Foreign Ministry a Note of the Korean Government to the Japanese Government espressing the former's view on the Proclamation in reply to the latter's Note of January 28, 1952.
5. April 18, 1952 - The Japanese Foreign Ministry filed a protest in its Note with the Korean Mission against the so-called cases of attack on and seizure of Japanese fishing boats made by Korean ships.
6. July 28 1952 - the Korean Mission denied the alleged seizure of Japanese fishing boats stated in the Japanese Foreign Ministry's Note of April 18, 1952.
7. February 11, 1952 - The American Ambassador in his Note and a Memorandum attached therewith refuted legality of the Proclamation.
8. February 13, 1952 - The Foreign Minister in his Note replying to the American Ambassador's Note of February 11, 1952 made explanations concerning the Proclamation.
9. June 11, 1952 - The Chinese Ambassador to Korea in his Note reserved the rights and interests of the Republic of China concerning the Proclamation.
10. June 26, 1952 - The Korean Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs in his Note replying to the Chinese Ambassador's Note of June 11, 1957 informed the latter of the intention of the Korean Government to render needless any anxiety on the part of the Chinese Government.
11. September 12, 1952 - For the first time since the Proclamation, two Japanese fishing boats, No 28 Kaiho Maru and No.2 Shohju Maru was seized on a charge of violation of Law No.65.
12. October 29, 1952 - the Korean Mission informed the Japanese Foreign Ministry that 36 crewmembers of No.28 Kaiho Maru and No.2 Shohju Meru have been released.
11. January 12, 1953 - The British Minister to Korea in his Note informed the Korean Acting Foreign Minister that the British Government cannot accept as valid the basis on which the Proclamation has been made.
12. January 28, 1953 - The Acting Foreign Minister in his Note replying to the British Minister's Note of January 12, 1953 clarified the position of the Korean Government concerning the Proclamation.
13. September 10, 1953 - The Korean Navy reportedly suspended seizure of Japanese fishing vessels.
14. September 11, 1953 - The Korean Government spokesman for the first time referred to the Fishery Conservation Line as "Peace Line".
15. September 14, 1953 - Japanese Foreign Minister Okazaki said in the Lower House Fisheries Committee that the Japanese Government is asking a third power's mediation in the Korea-Japan fishery dispute.
16. September 15, 1953 - The Fisheries Committee of the Japanese House of Representatives adopted a resolution concerning the fisheries in the high seas around the Korean peninsula.
17. December 12, 1953 - The Korean Government promulgated the Law for Protection of Fishery Resources (Law No.298).
18. May 6, 1954 - Minister Kim of the Korean Mission in reply to Japanese Foreign Minister's Note of December 10, 1953 informed the Japanese Government of the legislation of "Fisheries Resources Protection Law.
19. May 18, 1955 - The Korean Government has decided to withhold deportation of 44 Japanese fishermen who have served sentences on a charge of violation of the Peace Line.
20. November 17, 1955 - The Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff issued a statement that the Korean side would "shoot and if necessary sink" Japanese fishing boats if they violate the Peace Line.
 
Number of Japanese Detainees in Pusan
Number of Japanese Detainees in Pusan:135
CATEGORIESNO.
Those who have completed sentences701
Presently in prison103
Presently trial pending137
TOTAL941

 
이름
Okazaki
지명
Korea , the Republic of China , Korea , Korea , Japan , Korean peninsula , Pusan , Pusan
관서
The Korean Government , Japanese government , the Japanese Foreign Ministry , Japanese Government , The Japanese Foreign Ministry , Foreign Affairs , Korean Government , the Chinese Government , Japanese Foreign Ministry , the British Government , the Korean Government , The Korean Navy , The Korean Government , the Japanese Government , The Korean Government , Japanese Government , The Korean Government
단체
the Korean Mission , Korean Mission , the Korean Mission , the Korean Mission , the Korean Mission , The Fisheries Committee of the Japanese House of Representatives , the Korean Mission
문서
Note of the Korean Government , the Japanese Foreign Ministry's Note , the Chinese Ambassador's Note
기타
SCAP authorities , No 28 Kaiho Maru , No.2 Shohju Maru , No.28 Kaiho Maru , Shohju Meru , Fishery Conservation Line , Peace Line , the Lower House Fisheries Committee , Peace Line , Peace Line

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