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      news Unification Minister Lee participates in the opening ceremony for the Korea Global Forum for Peace 2020

      The Korea Global Forum for Peace (KGFP) 2020 is held online from September 7 through 9. The multilateral international conference addresses peace and unification on the Korean Peninsula.Minister Lee, in his opening remarks, stated, As the past 70 years of inter-Korean history shows, merely waiting for change and leaving our situation to fate will never be nearly enough to usher in a bright new future for the Korean people. He added, We need to move forward like an icebreaker that opens a route by breaking thick ice, instead of a ship navigating the open sea.The Unification Minister continued, The government will resume humanitarian cooperation and exchange and cooperation through small projects, engage in inter-Korean dialogue again, and implement the agreements one by one. He emphasized, The government will focus on what the two Koreas can do now, thus creating change and then based on restored trust, open a bigger door to dialogue and negotiations.*All KGFP programs are broadcast live, and we look forward to your continued support.*You can see the programs at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCifmGGvCj859E0dPTwF5BXg

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      Unification Minister Lee meets with Shin Hee-young, president of the Korean Red Cross

      On September 2, Unification Minister Lee In-young visited the Korean Red Cross (KRC). While looking around the facilities for video reunions, he discussed the issues of separated families with KRC President Shin Hee-young.Minister Lee stated, Video reunions may be our only option in the non-contact era, amid the on-going spread of the coronavirus. I hope that reunions of separated families can begin as video reunions on the occasion of the Chuseok holidays. I particularly feel sorry for those seniors aged 90 or over in light of how desperate they are.The Unification Minister said, If the KRC primed the pump for cross-border cooperation in healthcare and prevention of infectious diseases in the move toward a community of life and a community of health, the government will gladly join together and support its efforts, and asked the KRC to convey the governments sincerity to the North if it has any opportunity to greet and communicate with the DPRK Red Cross Society.

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  • thum_200918_01.jpg

    Unification Minister Lee participates in the opening ceremony for the Korea Global Forum for Peace 2020

    The Korea Global Forum for Peace (KGFP) 2020 is held online from September 7 through 9. The multilateral international conference addresses peace and unification on the Korean Peninsula.Minister Lee, in his opening remarks, stated, As the past 70 years of inter-Korean history shows, merely waiting for change and leaving our situation to fate will never be nearly enough to usher in a bright new future for the Korean people. He added, We need to move forward like an icebreaker that opens a route by breaking thick ice, instead of a ship navigating the open sea.The Unification Minister continued, The government will resume humanitarian cooperation and exchange and cooperation through small projects, engage in inter-Korean dialogue again, and implement the agreements one by one. He emphasized, The government will focus on what the two Koreas can do now, thus creating change and then based on restored trust, open a bigger door to dialogue and negotiations.*All KGFP programs are broadcast live, and we look forward to your continued support.*You can see the programs at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCifmGGvCj859E0dPTwF5BXg

  • thum_200909_02.png

    Unification Minister Lee meets with Shin Hee-young, president of the Korean Red Cross

    On September 2, Unification Minister Lee In-young visited the Korean Red Cross (KRC). While looking around the facilities for video reunions, he discussed the issues of separated families with KRC President Shin Hee-young.Minister Lee stated, Video reunions may be our only option in the non-contact era, amid the on-going spread of the coronavirus. I hope that reunions of separated families can begin as video reunions on the occasion of the Chuseok holidays. I particularly feel sorry for those seniors aged 90 or over in light of how desperate they are.The Unification Minister said, If the KRC primed the pump for cross-border cooperation in healthcare and prevention of infectious diseases in the move toward a community of life and a community of health, the government will gladly join together and support its efforts, and asked the KRC to convey the governments sincerity to the North if it has any opportunity to greet and communicate with the DPRK Red Cross Society.