Media: Wen Yin Yin sent Kim Jeong-eun U plate containing new economic map of the Korean peninsula.

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 Media: Wen Yin Yin sent Kim Jeong-eun U plate containing new economic map of the Korean peninsula.


On April 27th, the president of Korea met Wen Yin (left two) and the chairman of the State Council of Korea (Kim Jeong-eun two) at Panmunjom. A detailed blueprint for economic integration was put forward by the South Korean side during the historic summit of South Korea and North Korea last month, the media said in May 9th. In May 8th, the Hongkong South China Morning Post published a report entitled Seouls grand plan to associate the Korean economy with China on May 8th. In April 27th, the president of the Republic of Korea gave the Korean leader a U plate to the North Korean leader, Kim Jeong-eun, in Yins shop, which contained a new economic map of the Korean peninsula. The report says the plan includes three economic belts, one connecting the west coast of the Korean Peninsula and China, making the region a logistics center, one connecting the east coast of the Korean peninsula with Russia for energy cooperation, and the other on the current border in order to promote tourism. The report pointed out that although the South Korean presidential palace sources did not provide further details about the information contained in the U plate, they confirmed that the plan was in line with the Berlin speech of last year, when Wen Jen outlined his basic position on the DPRK during his visit to Berlin. The report said part of the plan involved the construction of a Mokpo railway that began in the southwestern end of the Korean Peninsula and arrived in Beijing via Seoul, Pyongyang and the DPRK Sinuiji Special Administrative Region. The report believes that Beijing may welcome Seouls proposal, which is in line with Chinas core interests in strengthening the sustainable economic development and the revitalization of the rust belt of the northeast. The report points out that the improvement of logistics in the Northeast will benefit China, because the regions access to the high seas is geographically blocked by the Korean Peninsula and the Russian Far East. The report said that the North Korean economy is also closely related to Northeast China. Opening the countrys market can provide new opportunities for Chinese provinces close to the DPRK border. The plan will have a great impact on the northeast of China, because it will turn the region into a logistics center in East Asia, and the center will be the driving force for the rapid economic development of the region, said a researcher at the Liaoning Academy of social sciences. The researcher said: Northeast China is the most potential economic region in China. The railway will attract numerous investments from overseas and help the economy take off. The report said, however, the observer added that the plan needed Kim Jeong-eun to accept Seouls definition of the denuclearization, namely, complete, verifiable and irreversible abolition of the North Korean nuclear program. The source of this article: Reference News Editor: Cao Yi _NN5778