07:00Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un meets U.S. President Donald Trump at Panmunjom
For a little over one day since the announcement of President Trump's request to meet Chairman
In the afternoon on June 30 amid the attention of the whole world, Chairman
The top leaders of the two countries shook hands with each other at Panmunjom, the symbol of division, 66 years after the 1953 armistice agreement.
They pressed hands once again before the Panmun House in the northern region of Panmunjom and it was the historic moment when the incumbent US President walked over the Military Demarcation Line to the territory of the DPRK for the first time in history.
Having a pleasant chat, the top leaders of the two countries headed for the House of Freedom in the southern region of Panmunjom, the venue of the talks.
President of south Korea Moon Jae In received Chairman
The free meeting of the top leaders of the north and south of Korea and the United States across the line of division in the Demilitarized Zone along the Military Demarcation Line, the product of hostility and confrontation, greatly shocked the whole world and showed that a new history of reconciliation and peace has started at Panmunjom which has witnessed the long history of disbelief, misunderstanding, conflict and antagonism.
The one-on-one chat and talks were held between the top leaders of the DPRK and the United States.
They explained the ways to ease the tension on the Korean peninsula and terminate and dramatically change the unfavourable relations between the two countries and the apprehensions and matters of mutual concern in the way of implementing them and expressed full understanding and sympathy.
They agreed on keeping in close contact with each other in the future, too, and resuming and actively promoting productive dialogues to make a new breakthrough in the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and DPRK-US relations.
Present at the talks from the Korean side were Ri Yong Ho, Member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the WPK and Member of the State Affairs Commission and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the DPRK, and from the opposite side Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State of the United States of America.
The top leaders of the two countries expressed great satisfaction over the result of the talks.
After the talks, Chairman
President Trump and President Moon Jae In came to the demarcation line of Panmunjom to see off Chairman
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