South Korean national security advisor Chung Ewe-young said on Thursday that the two Koreas agreed to hold a summit between their leaders in Pyongyang from September 18 to 20 to discuss practical measures to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula.
"The North Korean leader reiterated the need for nuclear disarmament on the Korean Peninsula and expressed his willingness to cooperate closely with South Korea and the United States in this regard," Yong told a news conference, a day after Pyongyang met North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. United ", according to the agency" Reuters ".
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said the two Koreas should strengthen their efforts to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula and continue to strengthen their common ties, which are close to peace and reconciliation.
The agency said that Kim talked with South Korean officials about the Korean summit to be held in Pyongyang this month and that a satisfactory agreement had been reached, without giving details.