The leaders of North and South Korea on Friday signed a landmark declaration vowing the halt of hostile acts, denuclearization, and a push for joint talks with US and China.
In the early hours of Friday, Kim Jong-un became the first North Korean leader to visit the South in 65 years. The leader was all smiles when he met South Korean President Moon Jae-in, and the two men were even pictured holding hands. Yet, the outcome of the meeting has been both hailed as a landmark achievement and criticized by some Western countries for lacking a detailed roadmap. Here is what the two Korean leaders have actually agreed on as they made history in the demilitarized zone.
Finally two leaders in their celebration mood said, There is no reason why we should fight each other. We are one nation.’ With a historic handshake, a hug, and a ‘swirl of emotion,’ North Korea’s Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in vowed to make peace.