Korean leaders vow to end war and agree to ‘complete denuclearization’ at historic summit

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in signed a declaration early Friday stating there would be “no more war” between the neighbors and heralding “a new era of peace.”

The agreement followed a historic meeting that could mark a turning point in one of the world’s most dangerous flashpoints.

Kim and Moon also agreed to the common goal of “complete denuclearization” on the Korean Peninsula.

The deal followed a moment of symbolism as the two leaders stepped across both sides of the border, a remarkable scene for two countries which technically remain in a state of war.

Source: NBC News

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