Declaration on the Advancement of South-North Korean Relations, Peace and Prosperity
(10-04-2007)
Posted by USIP Library on: October 10, 2007
Source Name: Ministry of Unification, Republic of Korea
Transmitted via email: Gyoung-bin Ko, Deputy Minister of policy and public relations, Ministry of Unification, ROK
Date received by USIP Library: October 5, 2007

South-North Joint Declaration
(06-15-2000)
Posted by USIP Library on: June 15, 2000
Source Name: Chong Wa Dae, Office of the President, Republic of Korea
Date Downloaded: June 15, 2000

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