South Korea’s Moon to meet with North Koera’s Kim at Border Summit

SEOUL- South Korean President Moon Jae-in will greet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Friday as the latter crosses a military demarcation line to enter the South for the first summit between the two sides in more than a decade, South Korea said.

North Korean leader Kim Jim Ung has recently made many diplomatic developments that has surprised many leaders around the world.

South Korea will honour guards, that will then escort the leaders to a welcoming ceremony at plaza in Panmunjom South Korean President Moon Jae-in will greet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Friday as he will cross a military demarcation line to enter the South for the first summit between the two sides in more than a decade, South Korea said.

Im Jong South Korea’s presidential chief of staff said on Thursday, “This summit will focus more on denuclearisation and securing of permanent peace than anything else,”

“I feel North Korea is sending their key military officials to the summit as they too, believe denuclearisation and peace are important.”

The North Korean leader is expected to be occupied with nine officials by his side, including his sister Kim Yo Jong, who led a North’s delegation to the Winter Olympics in South Korea in February and Kim Yong Nam, the North’s nominal head of state, also Kim Yong Chol a former intelligence chief.

Photo Credit- Toronto Star

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