[size=42][size=42]Kim Jong-un receives a letter from the South Korean president
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12:02 05.09.2018(Updated 12:22 05.09.2018)Copy the link
0 0 0The South Korean president's envoy met in Pyongyang with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and handed him a letter from the South Korean president, the South Korean administration said Wednesday.
Tokyo - Sputnik. Yonhap news agency reported that Kim Yee Kyung, the administration's spokesman, distributed a written message to reporters that Special Envoy Chun Ye Yong met with North Korean President Kim Jong-un and handed him a message from South Korean President Moon Jong.
A delegation led by Chun Yi Kyung went to Pyongyang this morning to prepare for a new inter-Korean summit this month.
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On August 31, the South Korean presidential spokesman announced that the president's special envoy would travel to North Korea on September 5 to discuss the timetable set for the inter-Korean summit, the development of bilateral relations, the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and peaceful settlement. .
It is worth mentioning that in mid-August the representatives of the two North and South Koreas agreed to hold a summit of the two Heads of State in September and the South Korean President's Adviser reported that the meeting could take place on 12-13 September, The preparatory meeting in this area in the "Panmunjom" border between the two countries, according to Yonhap.
The main themes of the South Korean leaders' meeting and its northern neighbor at the summit this fall will be the peace and prosperity of the Korean Peninsula, the implementation of the Panmunjom Declaration, as well as maintaining strong relations between the two countries.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un signed a peace deal with his South Korean counterpart Mon Jai N in late April, ending the state of war declared between the two neighbors for decades.