Peace in North Korea | Kim Jong-Un invites South Korea leader to Pyongyang


 Peace in North Korea


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North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-Un has extended a rare invitation to South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in to visit Pyongyang.

Kim Eui-kyeom, South Korean president’s spokesman, said at a news conference in Seoul on Saturday that the North Korean delegation delievered the invitation letter at a landmark high-level meeting at the presidential palace in Seoul.

The delegation, which includes Kim Jong-Un’s sister, Kim Yo-jong, is in South Korea for the Winter Olympics.

“Chairman Kim Jong Un’s envoy Kim Yo-jong delivered a letter expressing a willingness to improve relations,” the presidential spokesman said.

“She also delivered a message from Kim Jong-Un that he is willing to meet President Moon Jae-in in the near future and that he hopes President Moon visits the North at a convenient time.”

The president responded by saying that the two sides should work on establishing the right conditions to realise the meeting, according to the spokesman.

The North Korean delegation arrived in the South on Kim Jong-Un’s private plane on Friday via Incheon international airport to attend the opening ceremony of the Pyongchang Winter Olympics where Seoul and Pyongyang are represented by joint teams.

North Korea and South Korea have marched under a united flag once before but still competed as two nations. This is the first time that the two sides have competed as one team and flown one united flag.

With the USA and Trump out of negotiations progress is finally moving forward at a joyfully rapid rate,

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