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Koreas agree to call for formal end to war this year

South Korean President welcomes the North's Kim at border [VIDEO]

Koreas agree to call for formal end to war this year

South and North Koreas will make efforts to hold tripartite talks with the United States or talks including China for a goal to declare the formal end of the Korean War (1950-53) this year and establish permanent peace on the Korean Peninsula, President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un announced, Friday.

In a joint declaration they announced after the summit at Panmunjeom, the two leaders reaffirmed the two Koreas' joint goal of making nuclear-free Korean Peninsula through compete denuclearization.

For such goals and further discussion over the nuclear issue, Moon will visit Pyongyang this fall.

Two Korean leaders agree as follows in Panmunjeom Declaration

(1) Two Koreas agree to declare the end of the Korean War that has been suspended since an armistice agreement in 1953.

(2) Two Koreas agree to set denuclearization as a common goal and work together to make the Korean Peninsula nuclear free.

(3) South Korean President Moon Jae-in will visit Pyongyang in autumn.

(4) Two Koreas agree to stop a range of hostile acts on the ground, in the air and on the ocean.

(5) Starting May 1, the two Koreas will stop broadcasting propaganda on the inter-Korean border.

(6) Two Koreas will set up a jointly operated liaison office in Gaeseong, North Korea.

(7) On Aug 15, the two Koreas will host reunions of families separated by the 1950-53 Korean War.

(8) Two Koreas agreed to reconnect an inter-Korean railroad on the East Coast.

(9) Two Koreas will jointly participate in the 2018 Asian Games.

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South Korean President welcomes the North's Kim at border [VIDEO]

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un crossed the border into South Korea for the first time on Friday (April 27), where he was greeted by the South's president, Moon Jae-in ahead of the two Koreas' first summit in more than a decade.

The two leaders smiled and shook hands after which Kim Jong Un gestured to Moon they cross over to NorthKorea briefly, which they did for a few steps, then returned to the South, holding hands.

Kim was handed a flower bouquet by a South Korean boy and girl, residents of a village situated in the demilitarised zone.

The pair were met on a red carpet by a South Korean honour guard in historical costumes and playing traditional music.

Kim and Moon then walked into the Peace House, venue of the summit, where Kim signed a guest visitor book, writing "New history starts now; age of peace, from the starting point of history". (Reuters)

Moon with Kim [Photos]

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