S. Korean Christians vow to struggle for reunification

Pyongyang, August 30 (KCNA) — The council for Christian Churches, the Pastors’ Council for Justice and Peace and other Christian groups of South Korea published a “declaration of 1,000 Christians for implementation of the north-south agreement and for peace and disarmament”, said the South Korean paper Hangyore on August 15.

In the declaration the organizations said they consider the “agreement on reconciliation, nonaggression, cooperation and exchange between the north and the south”, signed by the north and the south, to be the most important starting point for bringing earlier reunification.
They declared they would stand in the van of struggle for the implementation of the agreement, detente, peace and disarmament.

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