Kim Jong-un agrees to end feud with South Korea and denuclearize Korean Peninsula

The two Korean leaders vow to ‘cease all hostile acts’ in a ‘new era of peace’ after being at war for decades





KOREAN PENINSULA (INTELLIHUB) — North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in crossed over into each others countries on Thursday for the first time with big smiles on their faces as the two leaders plan to end to decades-long war in a big step forward for humanity and the people of North and South Korea.

The two leaders shook hands before discussing the bright future on both sides of the demarcation line

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“We have a chance to heal the wounds,” he North Korean leader told Moon. “I’ll make sure that you can sleep soundly.”

Jong-un said that he’s looking forward to “making the most of this opportunity so that we have the chance to heal the wounds between the North and the South. Let’s meet more often from now on.”

The North Korean leader added: “Let’s meet people’s expectations to make a better world. I promise we will do well in the future.”

“I came here to put an end to the history of confrontation as well as to work shoulder to shoulder with you to tackle the obstacles between us. I came to with the confidence that a brighter future awaits us,” he explained.

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A smiling Jong-un briefly took Moon, who also appeared happy, by the hand and crossed back in to North Korea.

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President Trump tweeted: “After a furious year of missile launches and Nuclear testing, a historic meeting between North and South Korea is now taking place. Good things are happening, but only time will tell!”

The historic meeting marks a turning point for the world.

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