Leaders from North and South Korea announced a scheduled third summit Monday, with both governments agreeing to meet in September to discuss the denuclearization of the peninsula and a potential end of their decades long conflict.
According to Fox News, both countries are set to hold high-level negotiations along the de-militarized zone between the warring nations; setting the stage for a possible peace deal between South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
“Officials have been watching and waiting for North Korea to make progress on its promise to denuclearize its regime — an agreement Kim made with President Trump during their historic June summit in Singapore. Cho said he urged North Korea to continue its nuclear negotiations with the U.S,” writes Fox News.
Officials in Pyongyang have urged the Trump administration to ease crippling restrictions imposed on the Hermit Kingdom following Kim’s nuclear missile tests, but so far the White House has insisted on using “maximum pressure” to force the regime to abandon its weapons programs.
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