PANMUNJOM – The leaders of North and South Korea met Friday for the first time in ten years. The summit meeting between the South Korean president, Moon Jae-in and the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un may mean the end of the state of war between the two countries, that in 1953 an armistice locks.
The two ranges may also be an agreement on the return of the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) in the original state. The 4-kilometre-wide no man’s land runs along the line where the Korean War ended. The demilitarized zone is filled with land mines and barbed wire and from both sides is guarded by the military.
South Korea revealed earlier this week his good will by stopping the luidsprekerpropaganda at the border. North Korea announced last weekend to immediately stop nuclear testing and rakettesten.