North Korea Leader Kim Jong Un Wants To Advance Korea Ties
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North Korea leader (and dictator) Kim Jong-Un created a new record by stepping into South Korea. He met South Korean president Moon Jae-in. After crossing the International borders between the two Korean countries, Kim Jong-Un shook hands with Moon Jae-in.
‘I feel really happy meeting you’, said Moon Jae-in, while shaking his hands with Kim Jong-Un. The two counterparts meeting ahead of a historical summit involving the US has gained global attention. This is the first time in 65 years, the leaders of the two Korean nations are meeting. After the Korean War in 1953, the leaders of both these nations never met. Since then, a hostile environment has prevailed between North Korea and South Korea.
Both the leaders have visited the ‘Peace House Building’, which is being constructed in Panmunjom (South Korea) for the upcoming summit. Sources close to the government confirmed that Kim Jong-Un is planning to walk along the military demarcation line that divided the Korean peninsula for over 65 years. Global analysts believe that the upcoming historical summit will pave way for Global peace to a large extent.