North and South Korea agreed to work to remove for all nuclear weapons from the region

North Korea head Kim Jong-un and President of South Korea Moon Jae-in

North Korea head Kim Jong-un and President of South Korea Moon Jae-in

Seoul … News Time

South Korea and North Korea have agreed to clear the region from nuclear weapons. According to the International News Agency, the second phase of the meeting between the North Korean President Kim Jong-un and the President of the South Korea Moon Jae-in has agreed to end the nuclear weapons eradication and high-level military negotiations. When South Korean President visits North Korea this year, the talks between the two leaders have emphasized the need for measures to match the families separated due to the North and Geneva Korean war. Earlier, North Korea’s head Kim Jong-un briefed the South Korean border city Panmunjom where was the first time 65 years after the heads of the two countries met. South Korean President Moon Jae-in warm welcome the North Korean President. Both the leaders claiming to have fought each other with warmth. Kim Jong-un greeted in an impressive traditional style, whereas the trends of both the countries were moved instead earlier, Kim Jong-un filed an impression on the book in the Peace House and wrote that the new history has started and the peace has come. It is clear that after the end of the Korean War of Kim Jong-un 1953, the South Korean border cross-border, became the first head of North Korea. Similarly, the United States will go to the United States in June this year to meet the President of North Korea. Many countries, including the United States, have declared talks between the two Korean countries.


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