Arabic and International Tuesday, 06 March 2018 at 10:02 am (80 views)
North Korea's leader wants to improve relations with the South
Follow-up / Sky Press
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un told a high-level visiting delegation from South Korea that he was keen to improve relations between the two countries and "write a new history of reunification" with the south, North Korea's official news agency reported Tuesday.
"After hearing from the South Korean special envoy that South Korean President Mon Jie had agreed to hold a summit between the two countries, the North Korean leader exchanged views and expressed his approval," the agency said, adding no details of the agreement were given. .
"I have given important instructions to the concerned parties to take rapid practical steps to do so, also to exchange deep views on the issues of easing military tensions on the Korean Peninsula and activating the multilateral dialogue, communication, cooperation and understanding," the agency said in its report.
South Korea's presidential Blue House on Sunday announced a high-level delegation of South Korean officials to North Korea on Monday to discuss improving relations on the Korean Peninsula and possible talks between Washington and Pyongyang.