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President of Europe Peace Foundation meets South Korean Ambassador in SpainThu, 17 Apr, 2014 | Posted By: The Times Of Earth (TOE)

President of Europe Peace Foundation meets South Korean Ambassador in Spain President Sappan Hum KC Bahadur (Left) and Mr. Park Hee-Kwon, the Ambassador of South Korea to Spain.
The Europe Peace Foundation´s President Mr. Sappan KC / Hum KC Bahadur  has met with Mr. Park Hee-Kwon, the Ambassador of South Korea in Spain.

During the meeting, the conversation between both personalities focused on today´s Korean Peninsula crisis and the threats to the region´s security and its repercussion on the entire world. President KC discussed internal and external obstacles to achieve peace and security in Korea, commented about the sources of the conflict between North and South Korea as well as the potential humanitarian crisis in the event of a military confrontation.  

On the same token President KC submitted a letter addressed to the President of South Korea, Mr. Hwang Kyo-ahn. In the letter, Mr. KC stated his concerns about the current troops deployment in the Peninsula, North Korea´s regime aggressive approach and the alarming situation regarding human rights violations especially in the infamous prisoners’ camps, the dehumanized persecution of dissidents and refugees of the regime.  

President KC acknowledged the essential role that South Korea plays in the current scenario and encouraged utilization of the diplomatic means, serious peace efforts and more effective tactics to deescalate North Korea´s venturesome nuclear program and dismantle the nuclear tests that suffocate peace and security of both nations..  

President KC highlighted the Europe Peace Foundation´s mission of preserving peace and stated its willingness to participate in any organized diplomatic and peace initiatives to achieve and sustain stability in the area.

In conclusion, President KC expressed his tireless commitment to advance human rights, democracy values and peace and distention in the area.

SOURCE: EPF
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