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NOKOR'S KIM JONG-UN VOWS NEW BEGINNING DURING MEETING WITH SOKOR'S MOON JAE-IN



The world cheers as the new history unfolds on April 27, 2018.

This comes after Kim Jong Un of the “Democratic People's Republic of Korea” becomes the first North Korean leader to step across the border or the Military Demarcation Line at Panmunjom to meet his counterpart President Moon Jae-in of South Korea or the “Republic of Korea.”

The event sparks hope that the decades-long conflict between the two countries will soon be over for the reunification of the Korean peninsula.

They are expected to discuss denuclearization and sign an agreement at the Peace House.

This inter-Korean summit is said to be historical as it brought together the two sovereign states leaders for the first time in more than a decade.

A report says it was also the first in more than 60 years since the end of the Korean war that a North Korea's leader entered and shook hands with his counterpart in the South.

Following the inter-Korean summit, another meeting is being planned to occur in the coming weeks; this time between the North Korean leader and the United States President, who had a heated exchange with the prior after they have launched a series of missle tests last year.

On the other hand, the White House reportedly expressed hope that the talks between the Korean nations will achieve its purpose – a peaceful and prosperous Korean peninsula.