Moon Jae-in president “will go to the path of peace, a rocky start, but persistently” the declaration will.Moon Jae-in, the president, which was held in Jeju Island ‘2018 of the Republic of Korea Navy International a naval review’ the way to peace is by no means a rocky start, but persistently refused to admit to go the way the Republic of Korea.It's the ambassador said. As the second North-U.S. summit has been delayed since the U.S. midterm elections (November 6), the goal of the end of this year has been somewhat darkened, but the North expressed its strong will to establish a peace regime. President Moon visited Gangjeong Village in Jeju, where he opposed the construction of a naval base, apologized and said, "I will actively review the reinstatement of the amnesty for residents."
"The Korean Peninsula is in a state of truce," President Moon said at an international naval conference off Seogwipo, Jeju at 2 p.m. on the same day.
"We will make the naval base here not a place of war but a base of peace," he said. He reiterated his plan to establish a new security order to replace the Cold War structure through Northeast Asia's multilateral peace security system, which includes the U.S., China, Japan and Russia, following the adoption of the North-South declaration. In other words, the U.S. and North Korea should seek to adopt an early declaration that has yet to narrow the gap.
Mr. Moon, who attended the naval airship ceremony wearing a naval jacket, conducted a maritime inspection at the Ilchulbong ship, a left-handed ship, after his speech. The ceremony was attended by 39 vessels, including the U.S. nuclear aircraft carrier Ronald Reagan, 24 aircrafts and 46 countries. However, not only Japan but also China, which caused controversy over the "hot weather," suddenly announced their absence due to their own circumstances.