In an historic moment covered by the world press, the Northern Korean leader Kim Jung-un crossed in South Korea, the first leader to do so in 65 years. Meetings between him and South Korea’s President Moon lead to declarations of ‘there will be no more war’ and an agreement to ‘complete denuclearisation.’
Sworn enemies for decades, the two leaders showed great warmth towards each other and even held hands as they talked about their productive meetings. The two men even planted a tree together to commemorate their world-changing meetings.
The two Koreas announced they would work with the United States and China this year to declare an official end to the 1950s Korean war and seek an agreement to establish ‘permanent’ and ‘solid’ peace in its place. The world can sleep better tonight.