This is the first time that President Yun Seok-yeol did not mention North Korea in his UN fact-checking speech.

Former Minister Chung Dong-young and Professor Kim Jong-dae… Past UN speeches did not mention former President Roh Moo-hyun at all
Given the ongoing six-party talks, he did not speak… All the other presidents’ speech was ‘North Korea and the Korean Peninsula’

President Yun Seok-yeol took the podium as the 10th keynote speaker at the 77th United Nations General Assembly held at the United Nations headquarters in New York on the 20th (local time) and appealed for the unity of the international community for freedom.

In this speech, which is the first step of the United Nations, President Yoon did not mention the new government’s ‘Bold Initiative’, the new government’s North Korea policy, nor did he discuss the North Korea issue directly.

Regarding this, Jeong Dong-young, standing councilor of the Democratic Party of Korea, who served as Unification Minister during the Roh Moo-hyun administration, said in YTN radio’s ‘News King Park Ji-hoon’ on the 21st, “There has never been a case where a South Korean leader has not mentioned peace on the Korean Peninsula when speaking at the United Nations General Assembly.

“This is the first time,” he said, “I think the international community is probably wondering.”

Kim Jong-dae, a former member of the Justice Party and visiting professor at the Institute of National Unification at Yonsei University, said on CBS radio’s ‘Kim Hyun-jung’s News Show’ on the same day, “I can’t remember that North did not appear Korea in the speech of the president of South Korea at the United Nations. “

In fact, has there never been a time when the presidents of South Korea have not mentioned peace on the Korean Peninsula or North Korea when speaking on the stage of the United Nations?

◇ A look at former presidents’ speeches to the United Nations… Roh Tae-woo’s first speech
To confirm this, we looked at the content of speeches to the United Nations by former presidents released to the Presidential Archives.

Excluding President Yoon’s keynote speech at the UN General Assembly, the total number of South Korean presidents’ speeches at the UN General Assembly was 16 times.

[팩트체크]    Is this the first time that President Yun Seok-yeol has not mentioned 'North Korea' in his speech to the United Nations?

Former President Roh Tae-woo was the first South Korean president to step on the stage of the United Nations.

Former President Roh delivered a speech at the 43rd United Nations General Assembly in 1988, before joining the United Nations, under the theme ‘The Road to Reconciliation and Reunification on the Korean Peninsula’.

Former President Roh gave a keynote speech at the 46th United Nations General Assembly in 1991, when the two Koreas joined the United Nations at the same time three years later, and evaluated that “The Korean Peninsula has entered a period of peaceful coexistence with the unification of the two Koreas.” He also attended the 47th United Nations General Assembly in 2014 and stressed, “I once again urge North Korea to eliminate the suspicion of nuclear development as soon as possible and come out as a responsible member of the international community. “

Former President Kim Young-sam also stood at the UN podium twice.

In his speech at the special summit to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations in October 1995, he called for cooperation for the peaceful reunification of the Korean Peninsula, saying, “I am confident that in the near future, the The Korean Peninsula is reunified through a democratic method.” In his speech at the Special Environment Assembly, he also mentioned, “I look forward to opening a forum for inter-Korean cooperation so that the natural ecosystem of the DMZ, the site of the division of The Korean Peninsula, is kept as a model region for peace and environmental life on the Korean Peninsula.”

[팩트체크]    Is this the first time that President Yun Seok-yeol has not mentioned 'North Korea' in his speech to the United Nations?

After the first inter-Korean summit since the division of the country (June 15, 2000), former President Kim Dae-jung attended the United Nations Millennium Summit in September 2000, the largest in history, and delivered a keynote speech, including inter-Korean. summits and reunions of separated families He explained the process and urged the international community to cooperate for peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula.

◇ Lee Myung-bak and Park Geun-hye emphasize solving North Korea’s nuclear program… Moon Jae-in delivered his 5th consecutive keynote speech
Former President Lee Myung-bak delivered keynote speeches at the 64th United Nations General Assembly in 2009 and the 66th United Nations General Assembly in 2011, respectively.

In 2009, former President Lee explained the concept of a ‘grand bargain’, a solution to North Korea’s policy, saying, “A nuclear-weapon-free Korean Peninsula must be achieved for peace in Northeast Asia and the world.” I look forward to being able to enjoy peace and prosperity with the world as a responsible member of the

Former President Park Geun-hye also called for an urgent solution to the North Korean nuclear issue through keynote speeches at the 69th UN General Assembly in 2014 and the 70th UN General Assembly in 2015.

[팩트체크]    Is this the first time that President Yun Seok-yeol has not mentioned 'North Korea' in his speech to the United Nations?

In the case of former President Moon Jae-in, he delivered a keynote speech at the United Nations General Assembly for the fifth consecutive year, explaining the achievements of the inter-Korean summit or encouraging the international community to cooperate in declaring an end to the Korea. War.

President Moon emphasized that “South Korea will continue to engage in dialogue with North Korea and find and build a path for complete denuclearization and lasting peace through the cooperation of UN member states” (Welcome Keynote Speech at the 74th Assembly United Nations General in 2019). participate in the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics or express their willingness to resume family reunions that have been separated between the two Koreas.

◇ Roh Moo-hyun gave a speech at the United Nations in 2005, but North Korea’s comments were ‘0’
However, not all presidents directly mentioned North Korea or presented a message of peace on the Korean Peninsula in their speeches to the United Nations.

In the case of former President Roh Moo-hyun, he gave a keynote speech at the high-level plenary meeting of the 60th United Nations General Assembly held in September 2005, but did not directly mention North Korea.

Instead, he focused on clarifying South Korea’s position on the direction of UN Security Council reform.

However, the media explained at the time that the content of the keynote speech did not include content related to North Korea because the main agenda of the UN summit was UN reform, and the six-party talks in Beijing were ongoing at the time to discuss the North Korean nuclear issue.

[표] Speech of the Former Presidents to the United Nations General Assembly
┌──────────────────────────────────────
│President │Speech to the United Nations │Major remarks related to peace on the Korean Peninsula │
│ │ │ │
├────┼┼┼──────’s┼ secondary┼────────── secondary policy
│Roh Tae-Woo │The 43rd Session on October 1988 │ “The wall of division on the Korean Peninsula has been torn down and reconciliation abounds│
│ │ General Assembly │ The day will come soon.

“│
│ ├───────┼────────────────────────────
│ │ 1991.9 The 46th │ “The Korean Peninsula is a City of Peaceful Coexistence with the accession of North and South Korea to the United Nations│
│ │ General Meeting │We have reached the grand finale.

“│
│ ├───────┼────────────────────────────
│ │ 1992 47th │”North Korea, which has become a member of the United Nations, is suspected of developing nuclear weapons as soon as possible│
│ │ General Assembly │ Wash thoroughly and become a responsible member of the international community │
│ │ │ I encourage you to come out again.

“│
├────┼┼┼──────’s┼ secondary┼────────── secondary policy
│Kim Young-sam │ 50th birthday October 1995 │“In the near future, the Korean Peninsula must be a democracy │
│ │ I’m sure it will be joined by the special summit │ .

“│
│ │Meeting │ │
│ ├───────┼────────────────────────────
│ │ 1997.6 Environmental Special │“Peace and Environment on the Korean Peninsula for the Natural Ecosystem of the Demilitarized Zone │
│ │Party General Assembly │ North and South Korea to keep it as a model field of life │
│ │ │ I look forward to opening a forum for collaboration.

“│
├────┼┼┼──────’s┼ secondary┼────────── secondary policy
│Kim Dae-jung │2000.9 Millennium Jeong │ “What kind of relationship between the two leaders through the inter-Korean summit │
│ │The meeting │Efforts to prevent war from happening again │
│ │ │ I made a promise.

“│
├────┼┼┼──────’s┼ secondary┼────────── secondary policy
│Roh Moo-Hyun │2005.9 60th │- │
│ │ High level plenary session │ │
│ │ │ │
├────┼┼┼──────’s┼ secondary┼────────── secondary policy
│Myung-bak Lee │The 64th Session of September 2009 │ “Dismantling the core part of North Korea’s nuclear program through Six Party Talks│
│ │ General Assembly │At the same time, give North Korea a sure security guarantee │
│ │ │ Batch agreement to provide full support, ie ‘Grand │
│ │ │ Offered a Deal (Great Deal) │
│ │ │, and consultations with relevant countries are ongoing.

“│
│ ├───────┼────────────────────────────
│ │2011.9 66th │“North Korea as a responsible member of the international community │
│ │ General Assembly │ I hope we can enjoy peace and prosperity together.


│ │ │” │
├────┼┼┼──────’s┼ secondary┼────────── secondary policy
│Park Geun-Hye │September 2014 69th │” (North Korea will give up its nuclear weapons and come out on the road of change│
│ │ General Assembly │ Cause) We are working with the international community to develop the economy of North Korea
We will actively support │ │ │.

“│
│ ├───────┼────────────────────────────
│ │2015.9 70th │”The last remnants of the Cold War on Earth, the Korean Peninsula │
│ │ General Assembly │ Soon the end of the 70-year history will contribute to world peace │
│ │ │ will be the job.

“│
├────┼┼┼──────’s┼ secondary┼────────── secondary policy
│Moon Jae-in │September 2017 72nd │”North Korea is now determined to stand on the right side of history │
│ │ General Assembly │ If it goes down, we will help North Korea together with the international community │
│ │ │ I’m ready.

“│
│ ├───────┼────────────────────────────
│ │2018.9 73rd │”North Korea’s participation in the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics and sending delegations │
│ │The General Assembly │It was a definite opportunity to open the door to peace.


│ │ │” │
│ ├───────┼────────────────────────────
│ │2019.9 74th │”If peace is established between the two Koreas, it will be shared with North Korea
│ │ General Assembly │ We will promote the registration of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

“│
│ ├───────┼────────────────────────────
│ │ 20200.9 75th │ “Korea, thanks to the support and support of the international community, Pyeongchang │
│ │ General Assembly │Creating Winter Olympics into Peace Olympics with North Korea
│ │ │ We managed to do it publicly, and through three inter-Korean summits │
│ │ │ follow.

“│
│ ├───────┼────────────────────────────
│ │ 2021.9 76th │ “International community gathers strength for ‘Declaration of End of War’ on Korean Peninsula│
│ │ General Assembly │I encourage you once again to give.

“│
├────┼┼┼──────’s┼ secondary┼────────── secondary policy
│Suk-Yeol Yoon │2022.9 77th │- │
│ │ General Meeting │ │
└────┴┴┴───────’s┴ secondary┴────────── secondary policy

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