The DPRK and South Korean leaders signed the Panmunjom declaration.

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 The DPRK and South Korean leaders signed the Panmunjom declaration.


On the morning of 27 July, the DPRK and ROK leaders held talks for 100 minutes on the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and the establishment of permanent and equal issues on the peninsula. On the afternoon of that afternoon, after attending the commemoration of tree planting activities, the Korean and Korean leaders took a solitary walk for 30 minutes at the Panmunjom pedestrian bridge and held afternoon talks. This is the third summit meeting between the two Koreas. In June 2000, South Koreas president Kim Dae-jung visited Pyongyang and signed the North South joint declaration with the then supreme leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-il. In October 2007, when South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun visited the DPRK, he signed the Declaration on the development and peace and prosperity of the North South relations with Kim Jong-il in Pyongyang. Source: overseas web editor: Xun Jianguo _NN7379