The details of the agreement have not yet been released, as the two leaders are slated to hold a press conference in the coming minutes.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in (left) and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un hold up their summit agreement after their second round of talks in Pyongyang on Wednesday, in this image from a live TV broadcast shown at the press centre in Seoul. Photo: YONHAP/VNA
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Wednesday signed an agreement concerning the outcome of their third summit, the results of talks held on Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning.
The signing took place in the Paekhwawon State Guesthouse, where Wednesday’s 70-minute talks took place.
The details of the agreement have not yet been released, as the two leaders are slated to hold a press conference in the coming minutes. Defence ministers from both Koreas also signed a military agreement, one of the items on the summit’s agenda, to ease military tension along the border. The specific details of the military agreement also are still under wraps as of now.