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President Fails to Try 'Extension' Reflecting the Pontiff

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Moon Jae-in president on June 21, 7 nights and ended a nine-day tour of five European countries. Mr. Moon visited Italy, the Vatican, Belgium, and Denmark, starting with France. In the process, he met with the pope and delivered his invitation to visit North Korea. 

In addition, he met leaders of the U.N. Security Council, including France and the U.K., and engaged in "diplomatic diplomacy" that called for easing sanctions on North Korea at the Security Council level.

In a series of moves, Mr. Moon gained support for promoting peace on the Korean Peninsula and made the issue of easing sanctions on North Korea public internationally, but it is uncertain whether the pope's visit will proceed. 

In addition, President Moon's persuasion showed major European countries sticking to CVID (complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization), making Mr. Moon a heavy task for his visit to Europe.

◇KyoHwang, in favor of requests to visit North Korea...Attention is drawn to whether it will be realized.

Mr. Moon's visit resulted in a "war support" for the peace process on the Korean Peninsula. "If it is okay for President Moon to send a letter of invitation to the pope while giving a letter of invitation to the North, I would like to send him an official invitation. "We strongly support the Korean government's efforts to promote the peace process on the Korean Peninsula," he said. Don't be afraid."

The Vatican held a special mass for peace on the Korean Peninsula at St. Peter's Cathedral in Vatican the previous day, and expressed its support for Mr. Moon by allowing him to hold a commemorative speech at the same place. The Vatican's focus on specific countries was considered very unusual. The pope's visit to North Korea is likely to increase for the first time in history, and the peace process on the Korean Peninsula is also expected to accelerate.

According to a report by Reuters quoting the Vatican's prime minister, Pietro Parolin, Secretary of State Parolin, when he asked reporters whether there was any condition for North Korea to meet before the visit. 

They say that it is necessary to meet certain requirements for the visit. The pope's visit to North Korea is likely to take place during his visit to Japan in May next year, but the pope's statement on North Korea's complete denuclearization and human rights issue is expected to be difficult.
In addition, President Moon actively persuaded major European countries to ease sanctions on North Korea. In particular, he persuaded the heads of the Security Council, including France and the U.K., saying that easing sanctions against North Korea would ultimately facilitate the denuclearization of North Korea. 

The move is interpreted as an attempt to provide a clue to the resolution of the conflict amid the North's tug-of-war over Pyongyang's denuclearization. Although he played the role of a North American mediator, North Korea's position was greatly reflected in that the South should give a corresponding measure to the North's will to denuclearize the North.

As a result, all Mr. Moon's persuasion was "fully rejected." French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Terissa May and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who met after the 12th ASEM summit, both stressed that the North has made efforts to promote peace on the Korean Peninsula. 사설토토
The chairman of the ASEM summit said, "The development of inter-Korean relations is important for world peace, security and stability," but added that North Korea must implement CVID. In fact, he urged North Korea to improve its human rights situation.


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