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Support Korea Peace Initiatives at the United Nations

When: Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Where: Park Street red line station • Boston

Inter-Korean peace summit, Sept. 19, 2018, Pyongyang



On September 19, the presidents o North Korea adopted a military agreement to make the Korean peninsula nuclear-free.   

The North agreed to shut down a missile engine testing facility and launch pad, and if the US takes reciprocal measures, to permanently shut down the Yongbyon nuclear facility, where the North creates its plutonium. These peace-building measures are to be witnessed by international nuclear experts.

The two leaders call for US-SK-NK declaration to end the Korean war by the end of the year, moving towards a permanent peace treaty.  North Korea expects an action-for-action approach and it is now time for the US to step up and take the opportunity.

President Trump will speak to the United Nations on September 25, followed by South Korean President Moon Jae-in and the North Korean foreign minister later in the week.   A South Korean peace delegation will hold a press conference at the UN on Sept. 25 at noon, followed by a panel discussion in New York in the evening. Koreans are taking the initiative. We must follow their lead!

Join us on to support the following steps.

Sign a Joint Declaration to End the Korean War, Leading to a Peace Treaty and de-nuclearization of the Korean Peninsula

Support Korean family reunification by starting to lift sanctions

Stop blocking food and medicines from reaching the people of North Korea

Cosponsored by Korea Peace and Unification Action of Boston, Massachusetts Peace Action & AFSC

Endorsed by United for Justice with Peace

For information call 617-354-2169




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