Seoul (dpa), 6 September 2018 - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said the two Koreas should continue to work towards denuclearization as a date was set for his next meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae In.
A third summit between Moon and Kim will be held in the North Korean capital Pyongyang between September 18 and 20, Seoul’s presidential office said on Thursday.
The dates were decided on Wednesday at a meeting between a visiting South Korean delegation and Kim in Pyongyang, during which the North Korean leader also reaffirmed his commitment to a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula.
Kim said it was his country’s “fixed stand and his will to completely remove the danger of armed conflict and horror of war from the Korean Peninsula and turn it into a cradle of peace without nuclear weapons and free from nuclear threat,” state news agency KCNA reported.
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