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VFP Welcomes the Joint Statement from the US-DPRK Summit


As a peace organization of mostly U.S. veterans that have advocated for an official end to the Korean War for a long time, we are very pleased to see the positive developments for peace and denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula this year. We are proud of the fact that, from last November, we have worked very hard, along with other U.S. peace groups, in drafting and promoting the People's Peace Treaty with North Korea, which is an open declaration of concerned American people for peace with the North Korean people. It is quite encouraging to see more than 30,000 American people have signed this online treaty so far. This clearly shows that not only Korean people but also American people want to end the Korean War now with a peace treaty.

While we pause to celebrate the Joint Statement from the Singapore summit, we know we have much more work to do in the coming months and years. We will keep our eyes on the prize, remain vigilant, and rise above partisan politics. We also urge our members and American people to call upon our government officials to take the next bold step to negotiate and sign a peace treaty to end the Korean War—the longest U.S. war—officially, as we observe the 65th anniversary of the Armistice Agreement this July.

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Members In Action

Calling For An End to RIMPAC

Veterans for Peace-Hawai`i joins many other community groups that call on the Hawaiʻi State Government to end the Rim of the Pacific exercises, known as RIMPAC, occurring this July to August 2018. Read more

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