North and South Korean leaders sign joint agreement on denuclearisation

The leaders of North Korea and South Korea have signed a joint declaration after concluding their 3rd summit talks.

The declaration states that North Korea is ready to permanently dismantle its nuclear facility in Nyongbyon, on the condition that the United States takes reciprocal actions.

South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met alone for the 2nd day of their summit in Pyongyang on Wednesday. They talked by themselves for about 70 minutes, HNK World informs.
After the meeting, the 2 leaders signed the declaration.

Along with the suggestion about the dismantlement of the nuclear facility, the document says the North’s missile test site in Tongchang-ri will be shut down permanently in attendance of international inspectors.

The declaration also says Kim will visit Seoul in the near future. The visit, if it takes place, will mark the first one to the South Korean capital by a North Korean leader.
Referring to this, Moon said the word “near future” suggests sometime before the end of this year, if there are no particular reasons to obstruct the state visit.