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Joint Statement of President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America and Chairman Kim Jong Un of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea at the Singapore Summit

President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America and Chairman Kim Jong Un of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) held a first, historic summit in Singapore on June 12, 2018.
President Trump and Chairman Kim Jong Un conducted a comprehensive, in-depth, and sincere exchange of opinions on the issues related to the establishment of new U.S.–DPRK relations and the building of a lasting and robust peace regime on the Korean Peninsula.  President Trump committed to provide security guarantees to the DPRK, and Chairman Kim Jong Un reaffirmed his firm and unwavering commitment to complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
Convinced that the establishment of new U.S.–DPRK relations will contribute to the peace and prosperity of the Korean Peninsula and of the world, and recognizing that mutual confidence building can promote the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, President Trump and Chairman Kim Jong Un state the following:
  1. The United States and the DPRK commit to establish new U.S.–DPRK relations in accordance with the desire of the peoples of the two countries for peace and prosperity.
  2. The United States and the DPRK will join their efforts to build a lasting and stable peace regime on the Korean Peninsula.
  3. Reaffirming the April 27, 2018 Panmunjom Declaration, the DPRK commits to work toward complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
  4. The United States and the DPRK commit to recovering POW/MIA remains, including the immediate repatriation of those already identified.
Having acknowledged that the U.S.–DPRK summit—the first in history—was an epochal event of great significance in overcoming decades of tensions and hostilities between the two countries and for the opening up of a new future, President Trump and Chairman Kim Jong Un commit to implement the stipulations in this joint statement fully and expeditiously.  The United States and the DPRK commit to hold follow-on negotiations, led by the U.S. Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, and a relevant high-level DPRK official, at the earliest possible date, to implement the outcomes of the U.S.–DPRK summit.
President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America and Chairman Kim Jong Un of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea have committed to cooperate for the development of new U.S.–DPRK relations and for the promotion of peace, prosperity, and security of the Korean Peninsula and of the world.

President of the United States of America

Chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

June 12, 2018
Sentosa Island

Trumps Pressekonferenz:
Nordkoreanische Fernsehberichterstattung:

Bei 23:40 salutiert Trump vor einem nordkoreanischen General.
Pyongyang, July 7 (KCNA) -- A spokesman of the Ministry of the Foreign Affairs of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea on Saturday released the following statement:

International society has focused its expectation and attention on the DPRK-U.S. high-level talks for the implementation of the Joint Statement of the DPRK-U.S. summit after the first historic summit meeting and talks were held between the DPRK and the U.S.

We expected that the U.S. side would bring itself with a constructive proposal which would help build up trust true to the spirit of the DPRK-U.S. summit meeting and talks. We, on our part, were also thinking of doing something which corresponds with it.

It was, however, so regretful to mention what the U.S. side had shown in its attitude and stand at the first DPRK-U.S. high-level talks held on 6 and 7 July.

The DPRK side, during the talks, put forward the constructive proposals to seek a balanced implementation of all the provisions of the Joint Statement out of its firm willingness to remain faithful to the implementation of the spirit and agreed points of the DPRK-U.S. summit meeting and talks.

These include taking wide-ranging proactive steps of simultaneous actions in a respective manner such as realizing multilateral exchanges for improved relations between the DPRK and the U.S., making public a declaration on the end of war first on the occasion of the 65th anniversary of the signing of the Korean Armistice Agreement to build a peace regime on the Korean Peninsula, dismantling the test ground of high thrust engine to make a physical verification of the suspension of ICBM production as part of denuclearization steps and making an earliest start of the working-level talks for recovering POW/MIA remains.

Before the talks, Kim Yong Chol, vice-chairman of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea, who is also a chief delegate from our side to the talks, was authorized to convey with a due respect to U.S. State Secretary Pompeo a personal letter sent from Chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the DPRK Kim Jong Un to President Trump.

Chairman Kim Jong Un expressed his expectation and conviction that good personal relations forged with President Trump and his sentiments of good faith built towards the latter at the Singapore summit and talks would be further consolidated through the process of future dialogues such as high-level talks this time.

But, the U.S. side came up only with its unilateral and gangster-like demand for denuclearization just calling for CVID, declaration and verification, all of which run counter to the spirit of the Singapore summit meeting and talks.

The U.S. side never mentioned the issue of establishing a peace regime on the Korean peninsula which is essential for defusing tension and preventing a war. It took the position that it would even backtrack on the issue it had agreed on to end the status of war under certain conditions and excuses.

As for the issue of announcing the declaration of the end of war at an early date, it is the first process of defusing tension and establishing a lasting peace regime on the Korean peninsula, and at the same time, it constitutes a first factor in creating trust between the DPRK and the U.S. This issue was also stipulated in Panmunjom Declaration as a historical task to terminate the war status on the Korean peninsula which continues for nearly 70 years. President Trump, too, was more enthusiastic about this issue at the DPRK-U.S. summit talks.

The issues the U.S. side insisted on at the talks are all roots of troubles, which the previous administrations also had insisted on to disrupt the dialogue processes, stoke the distrust and increase the danger of war.

The U.S. side, during the talks, made a great publicity about suspension of one or two joint military exercises. But suspension of one action called exercises is a highly reversible step which can be resumed anytime at any moment as all of its military force remains intact in its previously-held positions without scraping even a rifle. This is incomparable with the irreversible step taken by the DPRK to explode and dismantle the nuclear test ground.

The results of the talks can't but be so apprehensive.

We thought that the U.S. side would come with a constructive proposal which accords with the spirit of the DPRK-U.S. summit meeting and talks. But expectation and hope of ours were so naive as to be foolish.

Conventional ways can never create new things. Treading on trite stereotype of all the failure would invite another failure only.

Valuable agreement was reached in such a short time at the Singapore summit talks first ever in the history of the DPRK-U.S. relations. This is attributable to the fact that President Trump himself said he would move towards resolving the DPRK-U.S. relations and the issue of denuclearization of the Korean peninsula in a new way.

If both sides at the working level reneged on the new way agreed at the summit and returned to the old way, the epoch-making Singapore summit would be meaningless, which was held thanks to the determinations and wills of the two top leaders to open a new future for the interests of the two peoples and peace and security of the world.

The first DPRK-U.S. high-level talks this time brought us in a dangerous situation where we may be shaken in our unshakable will for denuclearization, rather than consolidating trust between the DPRK and the U.S.

In the last few months, we displayed maximum patience and watched the U.S. while initiating good-will steps as many as we can.

But, it seems that the U.S. misunderstood our goodwill and patience.

The U.S. is fatally mistaken if it went to the extent of regarding that the DPRK would be compelled to accept, out of its patience, the demands reflecting its gangster-like mindset.

A shorter way to denuclearization on the Korean peninsula is to remove deep-rooted mistrust and build up trust between the DPRK and the U.S. For this, both sides should be bold enough to be free from old ways which had only recorded failures and resolve the problem in a fresh manner which is never bound by the existing ways. A shortcut to it is also to take a step-by-step approach and follow the principle of simultaneous actions in resolving what is feasible one by one while giving priority to creating trust.

But, if the U.S., being captivated in a fidget, tries to force upon us the old ways claimed by the previous administrations, this will get us nowhere.

If the objective situation does not stand in favor of the denuclearization against our wills, this would rather cast a heavy cloud over the atmosphere of developing bilateral relations which had shown its good movement in its beginning.

Should the headwind begin to blow, it would cause a great disappointment not only to the international society aspiring after global peace and security but also to both the DPRK and the U.S. If so, this will finally make each side seek for another choice and there is no guarantee that this will not result into yet another tragedy.

We still cherish our good faith in President Trump.

The U.S. should make a serious consideration of whether the toleration of the headwind against the wills of the two top leaders would meet the aspirations and expectations of the world people as well as the interests of its country. -0-
Pyongyang, July 16 (KCNA) -- The DPRK will grant an amnesty to those who had been convicted of the crimes against the country and people on the occasion of the 70th founding anniversary of the DPRK.

The amnesty will take effect from Aug. 1.

The DPRK Cabinet and relevant organs will take practical measures to help the released people settle down to normal working life.

The Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly of the DPRK promulgated a decree in this regard on July 12.

The decree said it is the intrinsic demand of Korean-style socialist system and the consistent principle of state activities to protect the independent and creative life of the popular masses and make selfless, devoted efforts for them by thoroughly applying the people-first principle, the most vivid expression of the Juche-oriented view on the people and people-centered philosophy. -0-
Pyongyang, July 18 (KCNA) -- Talks between Ri Su Yong, member of the Political Bureau and vice-chairman of the C.C., Workers' Party of Korea, and Lutgardo Barbo, vice-president of the PDP LABAN, were held here on Wednesday.

Present there from the WPK side were Ryu Myong Son, vice department director of the C.C., WPK, and officials concerned and from the opposite side members of a delegation of the PDP LABAN.

At the talks both sides informed each other of their party activities and had an exchange of views on developing the relations between the two parties.

Signed at the end of the talks was an agreement on cooperation between the two parities. -0-

(Das ist die Partei von Duterte.)
Pyongyang, August 9 (KCNA) -- The spokesperson of the Foreign Ministry of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea made public the following press statement on Thursday:

At the first historic DPRK-U.S. summit meeting and talks, the top leaders committed to work together toward putting an end to the extremely hostile relations through confidence building and establishing new DPRK-U.S. relations in favor of the requirements and interests of the peoples of two countries and to make active contribution to peace, security, and prosperity on the Korean Peninsula and over the world.

Whereas we already took such practical denuclearization steps as discontinuing nuclear test and ICBM test fire, followed by dismantling the nuclear test ground since the end of last year, the U.S. insisted on its unilateral demand of "denuclearization first" at the first DPRK-U.S. high-level talks held in Pyongyang in early July.

Nevertheless, for the sake of building confidence between the DRPK and the U.S., a foremost and indispensable process for implementation of the joint statement of the DPRK-U.S. summit, we took such broadminded measures as repatriating POW/MIA remains.

We hoped that these goodwill measures would contribute to breaking down the high barrier of mistrust existing between the DPRK and the U.S. and to establishing mutual trust. However, the U.S. responded to our expectation by inciting international sanctions and pressure against the DPRK.

The U.S. is attempting to invent a pretext for increased sanctions against the DPRK by mobilizing all their servile mouthpieces and intelligence institutions to fabricate all kinds of falsehoods on our nuclear issue. They made public the "North Korea Sanctions and Enforcement Actions Advisory" and additional sanctions, and called for collaboration in forcing sanctions and pressure upon us even at the international meetings.

Worse still, the U.S. is resorting to such highly despicable actions as hindering international organizations' cooperation with our country in the field of sports and forcing other countries not to send high-level delegations to the celebrations of the 70th founding anniversary of the DPRK.

Now the issue in question is that, going against the intention of president Trump to advance the DPRK-U.S. relations, who is expressing gratitude to our goodwill measures for implementing the DPRK-U.S. joint statement, some high-level officials within the U.S. administration are making baseless allegations against us and making desperate attempts at intensifying the international sanctions and pressure.

Expecting any result, while insulting the dialogue partner and throwing cold water over our sincere efforts for building confidence which can be seen as a precondition for implementing the DPRK-U.S. joint statement, is indeed a foolish act that amounts to waiting to see a boiled egg hatch out.

The international society is struck by this shameless and impertinent behavior of the U.S., and we also closely follow the U.S. behavior with high vigilance against their intentions.

As long as the U.S. denies even the basic decorum for its dialogue partner and clings to the outdated acting script which the previous administrations have all tried and failed, one cannot expect any progress in the implementation of the DPRK-U.S. joint statement including the denuclearization, and furthermore, there is no guarantee that the hard-won atmosphere of stability on the Korean Peninsula will continue.

We remain unchanged in our will to uphold the intentions of the top leaders of the DPRK and the U.S. and to build trust and implement in good faith the DPRK-U.S. joint statement step by step. The U.S. should, even at this belated time, respond to our sincere efforts in a corresponding manner. -0-
Pyongyang, August 14 (KCNA) -- More than 100-day course for the implementation of the historic Panmunjom Declaration after its adoption has made obvious the attitude of south Koreans of all standings toward the declaration.

The overwhelming majority of people have hoped for the all-inclusive and thorough-going implementation of the declaration amid the estimation made by the authorities and the ruling party that "south-north relations have turned over a new leaf, going beyond the level of restoration" and "peace has become something common".

On the other hand, the "Liberal Korea Party", "Parun Mirae Party" and some other forces are still viciously slandering it, talking about "the north making a U-turn", "opposition to loosened sanctions", "declaration of nuclear activity", etc.

The April 27 Panmunjom Declaration became a historical landmark as it opened a new era toward independence, reunification, peace and prosperity after putting an end to division and stand-off, and no one can fault this.

It is truly regretful, however, that the Declaration is not being implemented expeditiously as against the expectations of all Koreans and the international community.

At the end of reading the face of outsiders, the LKP and other conservative dissident parties are now holding back the "government", openly taking up the cudgels against the Declaration, and even the adoption of the resolution supporting the Declaration is now at the point of being dropped at the "National Assembly".

Looking back on the checkered history of the past north-south joint declarations, the conservative forces have remained unchanged in their vicious try against reunification and the nation, and this is never tolerable.

Claiming a "lost decade", the conservative forces turned into a scrap paper the June 15 Joint Declaration and the October 4 Declaration signed by the north and the south, and with the presentation of such confrontation-minded policies and evil laws as "denuclearization, opening and 3 000 dollars", "Dresden Declaration" and "anti-terrorism law", they pushed the north-south ties to a stalemate.

The LKP and other conservative forces that inherited the baton of these crimes are now going desperate to reduce the Panmunjom Declaration into a dead document and to hold in check the advance toward peace, prosperity and reunification of the Korean peninsula.

These obstacles have to be cleared in order to ensure proper implementation of the Panmunjom Declaration.

The south Koreans from all walks of life have to intensify the struggle for implementing the Panmunjom Declaration and cleaning up the evils of society to marginalize forever the group of traitorous conservatives making last-ditch efforts. -0-
Hervorhebungen: BSB.
Pyongyang, August 27 (KCNA) -- Rodong Sinmun Monday in an article says that the main cause of the unending social disorder, confusion and collision in some countries lies in allowing the imperialists' ideological and cultural poisoning, failing to remain vigilant against them.

An inch of concession should not be allowed in the ideological and cultural work in a country and a step of concession brings the destiny of the country and the nation to ruin at last, the article notes, and goes on:

The countries aspiring after independence, progress and prosperity should always remain vigilant against the imperialists' bourgeois ideological and cultural poisoning.

The poisoning of the bourgeois ideology and culture is the method of the imperialists for aggression. In the past the bourgeois ideology and culture played the role of guide of invasion but they are now playing the key role.

The imperialists easily achieve their aggressive aim by the reactionary ideological and cultural poisoning although it is difficult to gain by the military force. They had already achieved their aim in several countries by the ideological and cultural poisoning and "color revolution", a product of psychological warfare. The imperialists openly advertise it as "bloodless revolution".

Today the imperialists' ideological and cultural poisoning gets more frantic to disintegrate the independent countries and peoples ideologically and mentally and bring down the governments.

The countries and peoples aspiring after independent development and social progress should clearly understand the true nature and danger of the imperialists' bourgeois ideological and cultural poisoning, never get implicated in it but thoroughly reject it. -0-

Hervorhebung: BSB
Unterwegs für Frieden und Versöhnung: Modrow berichtet über Korea-Reise

Der Ex-DDR-Regierungschef Hans Modrow ist auf die koreanische Halbinsel gereist. Dabei versuchte er, zwischen den Konfliktparteien zu vermitteln. Dem Sozialsten vertrauen nicht nur die Nordkoreaner - auch Südkorea interessiert sich für seine Meinung.

von Hasan Posdnjakow

Hans Modrow, ehemaliger Regierungschef der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik in der Übergangszeit, hat am Samstag auf einer Veranstaltung des Fördervereins der sozialistischen Monatszeitschrift Rotfuchs in Dresden Details zu seinen diplomatischen Reisen nach Korea und China bekannt gegeben. Der inzwischen über neunzigjährige Linken-Politiker betonte, seine Reisen in den letzten Jahren in diese Region seinen keine "touristische Reisen" gewesen. Er resümierte, dass es allgemein leichter sei, Kontakte nach Südkorea zu knüpfen als nach Nordkorea.

Modrow sagte, er sei zunächst nach Peking für ein Interview gereist. Das Interview habe im Rahmen eines Dokumentarfilms des chinesischen Fernsehens stattgefunden. Von Peking aus sei er erst nach Nordkorea und anschließend, wieder von Peking aus, in die südkoreanische Hauptstadt Seoul geflogen. Beide Reisen seien von der Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung organisiert worden.

Der ehemalige DDR-Regierungschef erklärte, dass er bereits im Jahr 1959 fünf Wochen in der Volksrepublik China war. Auch in den 1980er Jahren sei er, nach der Wiederherstellung normaler Beziehungen zwischen der DDR und China, zwei Mal das asiatische Land besucht. Als 1985 der nordkoreanische Staatschef Kim Il Sung im Rahmen seiner Europa-Reise drei Tage in Dresden verweilte, sei er für die Bewirtschaftung Kims zuständig gewesen. Insofern hat Modrow in den vergangenen Jahrzehnten bereits eine gewisse Kompetenz auf diesem Gebiet aufbauen können.

In den letzten Jahren habe auch die südkoreanische Seite Kontakt zu ihm geknüpft. Das südkoreanische Vereinigungsministerium habe Beamte, dies ich mit dem deutschen Modell der Wiedervereinigung befassen. Diese Beamten hätten den Eindruck gehabt, dass die westdeutsche Sicht auf die Wiedervereinigung einseitig ist. Daher hätten die Südkoreaner auch die Vertreter der DDR zu sich eingeladen.

Modrow erzählte den Teilnehmern der Veranstaltung, dass auf seine Initiative die Botschafter beider koreanischer Staaten an den Feierlichkeiten zu seinem 90. Geburtstag teilnahem. Es sei das erste Mal, dass sich beide Botschafter offiziell begegneten.

Zu den diplomatischen Beziehungen und dem Kräfteverhältnis auf der koreanischen Halbinsel erklärte der linke Elder Statesman, dass der Einfluss Chinas auf die nordkoreanische Regierung in den westlichen Medien oft verzerrt dargestellt werde. Nordkorea pflege eine eigenständige und souveräne Außenpolitik. Im Süden Koreas aber seien Zehntausende US-Soldaten stationiert. Der derzeitige südkoreanische Präsident Moon Jae-in strebe aber nach freundschaftlichen Beziehungen mit Nordkorea und pflege auch ein gutes Verhältnis zu Modrow. Dies sei ein bemerkenswerter Fortschritt, da während der Regierungszeit der im Jahr 2017 nach massiven Protesten vom Amt abgesetzten Ex-Präsidentin Park Geun-hye Südkorea eine sehr US-hörige Politik betrieben und sich auch nur um die westdeutsche Sicht auf die Vereinigung interessiert habe.

Modrow teilte mit, dass er im Anschluss an seine Reisen nach Pjöngjang und Seoul die Gelegenheit hatte, bei der internationalen Abteilung des Zentralkomitees der KP Chinas die Gespräche auszuwerten. Nordkoreas Führung erkläre, dass sie mit ihrer Theorie ein souveräner Staat mit einer souveränen Politik seien. Pjöngjang strebe danach, die Probleme mit Südkorea aus der Welt zu schaffen – allerdings ohne Einmischung von Drittstaaten. Nordkorea bestehe darauf, auf Augenhöhe mit den USA zu sein. Das Regime-Change-Szenario, das unter anderem in Libyen angewendet wurde, sei für Pjöngjang abschreckend. Zugleich bestehe im Norden der koreanischen Halbinsel die Bereitschaft, die Wirtschaft und den technologischen Fortschritt zu stärken. Der nordkoreanische Staatschef Kim Jong-un sei weltoffen, was Modrow unter anderem damit erklärte, dass er mehrere Jahre in der Schweiz ausgebildet wurde.

Dem ehemaligen DDR-Regierungschef zufolge müssen Nord- und Südkorea eine Vertragsgemeinschaft schaffen, um sich gegenseitig annähern zu können. Diese gebe es derzeit zwischen beiden koreanischen Staaten im Gegensatz zur BRD und DDR ab den 1960er Jahren nicht. Allgemein reichen Modrow zufolge gute Absichtserklärung nicht, es müssten auch konkrete, verbindliche Vereinbarungen getroffen werden. Die Nordkoreaner seien etwa bereit, Handelsbeziehungen aufzubauen, um Zugang zu neuen, fortschrittlichen Technologien zu bekommen. Aber es sei wegen den gegen Nordkorea gerichteten Sanktionen sogar für Südkorea schwer, Handel mit dem Norden zu treiben.
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