CIMUN Chronicle / Article / 2016

Several nations bond over Korean peace talks


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China announced it would begin peace talks between North and South Korea on Saturday, the Chinese press secretary said during Friday's press conference.


The United States Cabinet plans on using Russia as a connection between the DPRK and the rest of the world.


“We are very excited to partake in this summit,” the Chinese Cabinet representative said.  After the summit concludes, China “plans to move onto economic expansion.”


The Republic of Korea also expressed excitement for the peace talks, marking a possible end to tensions that have been present for more than half a century. The cabinet noted that it would like to “thank the Chinese government for acting as a mediator.” The delegate added that they are “extending this olive branch with humanitarian aid and food” to their Northern neighbors. It seems that South Korea is quite hopeful for today’s summit.


Other countries could be coming together over the summit as well. 


“Russia is a great ally in mitigating the effects the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea,” the U.S. press secretary said. “Russia has economic connections with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.”


Russia could be a helpful ally in improving the relations between the DPRK and the rest of the world. This marks one more way the Russian-American relations has improved since Trump’s election.