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Leaders of the DPRK and South Korea agreed on the desire to reunify countries and denuclearize

The head of the DPRK, Kim Jong-un, and the President of the Republic of Korea, Mun Zhe Ying, signed a joint declaration on the results of the Inter-Korean summit on Thursday in Panmunjom. From the published text it follows that the parties have agreed to improve relations and strive for peaceful reunification of states.

"The South and the North have reaffirmed the common goal - through full denuclearization, to seek the elimination of the Korean peninsula from nuclear weapons," the declaration also says. The parties intend to enter into negotiations on the whole range of issues in the near future, the terms for the start of negotiations are not called. "The South and the North decided to announce this year on the occasion of the 65 anniversary of the agreement on an armistice in Korea on the cessation of hostilities and to actively promote the convening of trilateral talks of the South, North and the United States, as well as the South, North, US and China to replace the armistice agreement on a peace treaty and the establishment of a long and lasting peace, "the document says.

In addition, the parties came to the need to "make efforts to resolve the humanitarian problems arising as a result of the national split as soon as possible and convene negotiations on the Red Cross and discuss pressing issues, including on separated families and meetings of relatives." The first meeting of relatives is scheduled for 15 August.

The outcome of the talks between North and South Korea was welcomed by Russia, China, the United States, France, Japan, Great Britain, and others.
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