In the fraught process of North Korean denuclearization, Pyongyang has hit the ball firmly into the U.S. court by offering to welcome worldwide inspectors to oversee the "permanent" dismantling of its missile-engine test site, and also to shut down its main nuclear complex at Yongbyon.
Moon Jae-in, President of the Republic of Korea and Kim Jong-un, Chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea held the Inter-Korean Summit Meeting in Pyongyang on September 18-20, 2018.
Kim and Moon also agreed to collaborate on a bid to host the 2032 Summer Olympics.
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The South Korean president is slated to wrap up his three-day trip to Pyongyang and return home Thursday morning. Within Trump's own administration, senior officials want North Korea to begin by declaring its nuclear and missile sites, rather than making piecemeal, unilateral concessions. North Korea has been demanding a declaration formally ending the Korean War, which was stopped in 1953 by a cease-fire, but neither leader mentioned it Wednesday as they read the joint statement.
They also adopted a separate military accord aimed at preventing armed clashes between the old foes, which are technically still at war because the Korean War ended with a truce, not a peace treaty.
① The two sides agreed to further promote cultural and artistic exchanges, and to first conduct a performance of the Pyongyang Art Troupe in Seoul in October this year. South Korea also hosted the Pyeongchang Winter Games in February.
The latter offer is potentially the biggest move North Korea could make on denuclearization.
Unlike Trump's initial tweets praising the summit, the news brought a quick and negative response from Republican Sen.
For years since taking over the North following the 2011 death of his father, Kim Jong-un was portrayed by the outside world as a cold-blooded dictator who did everything to keep himself in power, including executing his uncle and having his half-brother assassinated with poison, while pushing for nuclear weapons and long-range missiles.
Bruce Bennett, of the RAND Corporation in California, said Moon's strategy could put Seoul at odds with the United States.
Moon is expected to brief Trump on the latest inter-Korean summit.
But that promise wasn't specific, as he agreed to visit only "at an appropriate time". The signed agreement stated that Kim would travel to Seoul "as soon as possible", something no North Korean leader has ever done.
These talks were meant to be a precursor to a second summit for Kim and Trump.
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Speaking at a joint press conference with Moon, Kim said he will visit the South's capital Seoul "in the near future". South Korea's president is on a three-day visit to Pyongyang following two previous meetings with Mr Kim this year.
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