The CPC Central Committee is instructing Chinese representatives at the United Nations on how to respond to the confrontation over the Korean issue. Chinese representatives should express their willingness to end military action, as well as the desire to know the positions of the United Nations and the United States on the terms of a ceasefire. The ceasefire has always been conceived only as a temporary measure. Telegram from Mao to Stalin confirming that the People`s Liberation Army will implement the reorganizations proposed by Stalin. Mao also speaks of several thoughts on the US proposal for ceasefire negotiations. Paragraph 13 (d) of the ceasefire agreement stipulates that neither side shall import new weapons into Korea, with the exception of the piecemeal exchange of materiel.  In September 1956, Admiral Radford, the U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, emphasized that the U.S. military intent was to introduce nuclear weapons into Korea, as agreed by the United States. National Security Council and President Eisenhower.  The United States unilaterally repealed paragraph 13(d), thereby breaking the ceasefire agreement, despite the concerns of UNITED Nations allies.    At a meeting of the Military Armaments Commission on June 21, 1957, the United States informed North Korean officials that the United Nations command was no longer bound by paragraph 13(d) of the armistice.
  In January 1958, honest John nuclear missiles and 280mm nuclear guns were deployed in South Korea, followed by nuclear explosive ordnance and nuclear-weapon Matador cruise missiles with the range of reaching China and the Soviet Union.   North Korea believed that the United States had already introduced new weapons, citing reports from the NNSC inspection team from August 1953 to April 1954.   The United States believed that North Korea had introduced new weapons as opposed to paragraph 13(d), but made no specific charges.  Zhou Enlai advises Chinese UN officials on how to explain and respond to representatives of other countries on the Korean issue and the proposed ceasefire. On 19 July 1953, the delegates agreed on all matters relating to the agenda.  July 27, 1953, at 10:00 a.m.m. The armistice was signed by Nam Il, delegate of the KPA and PVA, and William K. .