First summit between Kim Jong-un and Moon-Jae-in

The two Koreas began Friday their first summit for more than ten years.

Kim Jong-un became the first North Korean president to walk on the southern soil.

He crossed the demarcation line into the demilitarized zone to officially meet his South Korean counterpart Moon-Jae-in.

The two heads of state begin formal discussions.

According to the North Korean media, Kim Jong-un will openly discuss all issues, including the future of nuclear weapons on the peninsula, and the official end of the war between the two countries.

Read 👉  What’s the matter with Kim Jong-un? North Korean leader absent from public

The talks are also expected to lead to a second summit in the coming months between Kim and President Trump.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button