Written by Keshala Dias
15 May, 2018 | 4:48 pm
North Korea and South Korea have agreed to hold high-level inter-Korea talks on May 16, to discuss steps needed to uphold the pledge to denuclearise the Korean peninsula.
The meeting will discuss specific plans needed to carry out the April 27 inter-Korea summit declaration, which includes pledges to finally end a seven-decade war this year, and pursue “complete denuclearization.” The meeting would be the latest in a series of actions taken by North Korea that have spurred hopes that the seven-decade conflict on the Korean Peninsula may be coming to an end.
North Korea has scheduled the dismantlement of its nuclear bomb test site for sometime between May 23 and May 25 in order to uphold its pledge to discontinue nuclear tests, a month ahead of a planned North Korea-U.S. summit in Singapore.
U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will meet on June 12, a scenario that seemed improbable given the insults and threats exchanged between the two leaders in the past year.
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