Seoul: North Korea and South Korea leaders met at Inter-Korean Summit.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un are attending the first summit between two countries after several years. However, they met at the demilitarised zone between North Korea and South Korea. The aim of the meeting is to end a years-long dispute or conflict between the two countries. Kim will also meet the US President Donald Trump and this meeting is crucial to lowering the tension over North Korea nuclear program.
The meeting was held in a friendly environment as both leaders warmly greeted each other. In addition, Kim became the first North Korean leader to visit South Korea since the 1950-53 War. Both leaders were handed bouquets by children and residents of town present at the demilitarised zone.
It is expected that both leaders will discuss denuclearization and other key issues related to the Korean Region. In addition, they will also plant the memorial tree at Panmunjom village. Both countries expect to issue a joint statement possibly named the Panmunjom Declaration. It could address peace, denuclearisation, and the betterment in relations.