- A closed-door talks happened between the leaders of North and South Korea
- They both agreed to end the war
- They will also sign a deal to formally end the Korean War within the year
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un walked the red carpet hand in hand on Friday.
Their closed door talks resolved a problem which posed a threat to the whole world.
Both of the leaders smiled for their pictures to be taken to show their agreement on denuclearizing Korea.
North and South Korea agreed to end the war after 68 years.
Both leaders expressed their aim to stay committed denuclearization of the Korean peninsula after a historic summit on Friday, April 27.
The leaders said they would have regular meetings and have direct telephone conversations.
As some of the victims of the war had shared in their testimonies, families had to endure not being together because of the war.
"South and North Korea agreed to proceed with reunion programmes for the separated families on the occasion of the National Liberation Day of August 15 this year," they said in a statement as reported by Rappler.
The signing of the statement concluded with the two leaders embracing each other.
The conflict started when Korea was divided after the World War II.
North Korea participated in the Winter Olympics in South Korea in 2018 which is a major diplomatic breakthrough.
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