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  • 2013.07.27
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End the Korean War and Sign a Peace Treaty


2013 marks the 60th anniversary of the Korean War Armistice Agreement. Hostilities were ended in 1953, leaving numerous deaths and inestimable property damage. Since then the war has not been officially terminated. Sixty years later, the Korean Peninsula still faces an unprecedented level of military tension.

 

We, people of global society, are deeply concerned that military tension and conflict in and around the Korean Peninsula have persisted and even increased in recent years. Now we must replace politico-military hostilities and arms races with peaceful cooperation. Let’s make the year 2013, the 60th year of ceasefire, a year to progress towards a new peace system by formally ending the Korean War and signing a Korean peace treaty. The Korean Peninsula should no longer be an area of conflict and dispute, but one of peaceful cooperation in which all countries of Northeast Asia, including North and South Korea, take the lead in realizing a vision of co-existence. 

 

With people’s solidarity and support, we declare as below while launching the Global Campaign to End the Korean War and Sign a Peace Treaty between 22 July 2013 and 28 July 2013.

 

End the Korean War! Shift from the armistice system to a peace system!

 

The armistice system itself has been the primary cause of huge suffering and sacrifice by the people on both sides. It is more important than anything else to transform the armistice system into a peace system to create a peaceful and humane way of life in Korea.

 

Move toward a nuclear weapons free Northeast Asia by establishing a peace system!

 

The nuclear crisis on the Korean Peninsula means a nuclear crisis in Northeast Asia. A new approach should be taken, based on the 2005 Six Parties’ Agreement on the establishment of Working Group on Northeast Asia Peace and Security Mechanism. Not only efforts to abolish the North Korean nuclear program, but also efforts to remove nuclear threats in Northeast Asia are required.

 

Bring peace and cooperation to East Asia

 

Military tensions and arms races have intensified in the region due to territorial disputes. Militarization of the region is being accelerated by reinforcing the US-led naval alliance and US-ROK-Japan military cooperation. One possible solution is to stop naval militarization in East Asia and to transform conflicts and confrontation into cooperation and reciprocity.

 

We believe military tensions on the Korean Peninsula are closely linked with currently heightening militarization, historical/territorial disputes in all over Asia. We will realize justice and achieve peace not only in Korean Peninsula but also in all over Asia in solidarity.

 

 

 

27 July 2013

 

The Global Preparatory Committee for the Global Campaign to End the Korean War and to Sign a Peace Treaty

International Peace Bureau / The Working Group for Peace and Demilitarization in Asia and the Pacific / Global Partnership for Prevention of Armed Conflict Northeast Asia / People Solidarity for Participatory Democracy / Peace Network / Women Making Peace

 

With the support of:

고윤일, 광명 대한민국

김경연, 서울 대한민국

김병우, Seoul South Korea

김희순, 서울 한국

박강성주,

石丸美和子, Tokyo Japan

윤태완, Seoul South Korea

이기영, 서울 대한민국

이제영, 서울 대한민국

이하송, 구리시 대한민국

장달리, 제주 대한민국

정경란, 서울 대한민국

정욱식, 고양시 대한민국

조주형, Taejeon South Korea

천다운, 충남 아산시 대한민국

최우영, 김해시 대한민국

adam breasley, sydney australia

Alec Bamford, Bangkok Thailand

Alliance of Scholars Concerned about Korea, USA USA

Amitadyuti Kumar, Chinsura India

ANAND KUMAR, Bangalore India

Angel, Madurai India

Association of War Affected Women, Kandy Sri Lanka

ayub, jakarta indonesia

B Baker, Melbourne Australia

B Chan, Hong Kong, Special Administrative Region of China

Babar, Islamabad Pakistan

Bechon Cyrille ROlande, Yaoundé Cameroun

Bernhard Fischer, Beruwela Sri Lanka

Bill, Palo Alto United States

Blinovskaya Yana, Vladivostok Russia

Breda, Seoul South Korea

Brian Bond, Geneva Swizerland

Bruce Van Voorhis, Denver United States

Celine Nahory, Mumbai India

Chieko Yonekawa, Yokohama Japan

Cho Lee Yeoul, Hamchang South Korea

Christina Andersson, ÄLVSJÖ Sverige

CHRISTOPHER RAJKUMAR, NAGPUR, INDIA INDIA

CHUNG HIU FAN, FANNY, HONG KONG, Special Administrative Region of China

Danthong Breen, Bangkok Thailand

Debbie Carstens, Maitland Australia

Duri Lim, Seoul South Korea

E-Ling Chiu, Taipei Taiwan, Province of China

ed sacco, Swannanoa, NC USA

Edward Cooray, Wellington New Zeaaland

Elene Rusetskaia, Tbilisi Georgia

Ellen Cachola, Los Angeles USA

Ellen E Barfield, Baltimore, Maryland USA

Ellen-Rae Cachola, San Francisco USA

Eun ji Cho, Seoul Korea

Eunyoung Kim, Seoul Republic of Korea

Father Claude Mostowik msc, Sydney Australia

Foundation for Tolerance International, Bishkek Kyrgyzstan

Frances Kendall, Durack Australia

Gaelig, Dublin Ireland

Gemino H. Abad, Antipolo Philippines

Gopi Nath Ghosh, Ranchi India

Gwyn Kirk, Oakland USA

H.E. Sir Kurt Alleyne, Swindon England

Han Kwang Hee, Seoul South Korea

Handrio Nurhan, Aliso Viejo United States

Helen, Hong Kong, Special Administrative Region of China

Hikari Kokai Chang, Tokyo Japan

Ho SangSu 허상수, Seoul South Korea

Hong Ki-Ryong, jeju korea

Hugh Moore, El Cajon United States

Huh Youn Hwa, Busan South Korea

Hyeong-sik Yoo, Colchester UK 

Hyungyoon Oh, Seoul ROK

Ian Newman, Hobart Australia

Jaemie Sitzmann, Kaiserslautern Germany

JAHANGIR SN, PALAKKAD India

Jasmin Nario-Galace, Quezon City Philippines

Jennifer McCallum, Bloomfield USA

Jennifer Strauss, Melbourne Australia

Jinhyun Lee, Seoul Republic of Korea

John Lindsay-Poland, Oakland, California USA

John M Miller, Brooklyn, NY USA

John Morris, Guildford United Kingdom

Joseph Gerson, Watertown, Ma. USA

Joysingh Charles, Takoma Park USA

Judhisthir Meher, KHARIAR INDIA

Judith LeBlanc, Manhattan United States

Kai Lüke, Berlin Germany

kai sung Lee, seoul city corea

Kaia Vereide, Seoul Korea

Karen N. Tanada, Quezon City Philippines

Keum, Byungtae, Seoul Korea

Kirity Roy, Kolkata India

kosuke maei, Tokyo Japan

Le Mouvement de la Paix, Paris France

Lee,SeungHwan, Seoul Korea

Lin McDevitt-Pugh, Krommenie Netherl

Matt Douglas, Tokyo Japan

Md. Ashrafuzzaman, Dhaka Bangladesh

Meri Joyce, Tokyo Japan

Merle Gosewinkel, Zaandam The Netherlands

Michael Eisenscher, OAKLAND United States

Mihyeon Lee, Hwaseong ROK

MOON Jeong Ho, Hong Kong, Special Administrative Region of China

moy hitchen, geneva switzerland

MUHAMMAD FAZAL AHMED, KARACHI PAKISTAN

Mylene, Geneva Switzerland

Nandana Manatunga, Kandy SriLanka

Nellie Choi, New York USA

Nicholas Mele, Bellingham United States

Norman Voss, Wuppertal Germany

Oceania Pride, Suva Fiji

OH GGOT BYEOL, seoul south korea

Peter Harney, Gaillard France

Peter Shaw, State College PA United States

philip, Hong Kong, Special Administrative Region of China

Poengky Indarti, Jakarta Indonesia

Purdey Mak, Vancouver Canada

Raynard Yu, Manila Philippines

Rev . DAVID A. DAS, Dhaka Bangladesh

Rev. Alma Crawford, Chicago, IL United States

Ronald P. Matonti, Medford,NY USA

Ruki Fernando, Colombo Sri Lanka

saleha athar, karachi Pakistan

Seunghwan Kim, Seoul South Korea

Shigehiro Goda, tokyo Japan

Shin Jaeok, Seoul Republic of Korea

Sidra Humayun, Lahore Pakistan

Simon Ladegaard Jakobsen, Hong Kong, Special Administrative Region of China

soobok kim, closter nj

Sor.Rattanmanee Polkla, Bangkok Thailand

Stan Squires, Vancouver Canada

Stop the War Coalition Philippines, Quezon City Philippines

Stuart Ward, Bangkok Thailand

Subodh Raj Pyakurel, Kathmandu Nepal

Sung   Hyun - kuk, seoul corean

Sung Choi, Chicago USA

Sunil jayasekera, colombo Sri Lanka

Theekshana, Colombo Srilanka

Thomas Kim, Los Angeles, CA USA

Tony Henderson, Hong Kong, Special Administrative Region of China

Violeta Corrak, Manila Philippines

Visaka Dharmadasa, Kandy Sri Lanka

William Nicholas Gomes, York United Kingdom

Women Peacemakers Program, The Hague The Netherlands

yemen organization, sana'a yemen

Yeo-ok, Yang, Seoul Korea

yin yin nyunt, kowloon Hong Kong, Special Administrative Region of China

Yong-Soo Kim, Seoul South Korea

Youngjoon Kim, Seoul South Korea

최민정, seoul  korea

Tamara Lorincz, Halifax Canada

John Kim, St. Louis USA

Nicholas Mele, Bellingham United States

Helene Myers, Boise United States

Nancy C. Tate, Riegelsville, PA U.S.A. 

Benjamin Peter Fields, Blacksburg United States

Walter Friedmann, Bühl Germany

Joel Hall, Ferndale United States

Bruce Radtke, Bellingham, Washington USA

Frances Kendall, Durack Australia


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