North/South Korea: Kim and Moon make history with Panmunjom meet

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un met with the South Korean President Moon Jae-in in the border 'peace village' of Panmunjom in the Korean Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) on Friday, for a historic summit between the two nations. The pair are expected to discuss denuclearisation, the improvement on inter-Korean relations and the possibility of easing the sanctions on the North in light of a possible peace... Еще treaty between the two nations. Relations have been fraught between Pyongyang and Seoul since the 1950-1953 Korean conflict, which ended with an armistice but without a peace treaty ever being signed. The Pyeongchang Winter Olympics seemingly saw a thaw in relations on the peninsula, after a year of heightened tensions over the North's nuclear and missile programs. Kim Jong-un is the first North Korean leader since the division of the two nations in 1945 to ever cross over to the South. Mandatory Credit: Inter-Korean Summit Press Corps

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