Comité international de liaison pour la réunification indépendante et pacifique de la Corée (CILRECO)
International Liaison Committee for the Independent and Peaceful Reunification of Korea
1977-06 Algiers Algeria
Jun 1977, Algiers (Algeria), consequent upon the World Conference for the Independent and Peaceful Reunification of Korea, 21-22 Feb 1977, Brussels (Belgium). Also referred to as: International Liaison Committee for Reunification and Peace of Korea -- Comité international de liaison pour la réunification et la paix en Corée -- Comité internacional de Enlace por la Réunificación y la Paz en Corea; International Network for Reconciliation and Reunification of Korea. No activities reported since 2009.
Contribute to the formation of a large movement of solidarity with the Korean people in their struggle to accomplish the independent and peaceful reunification of Korea.
World Conference (meets periodically). Executive Committee, consisting of 22 members, including Chairman, 4 Vice-Chairmen and Secretary-General. Secretariat, comprising Secretary General, Assistant Secretary General and technical Secretary.
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