Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea and chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, visited the Paekhwawon State Guesthouse where President Moon Jae In stays and had the second-day talks with him.
Supreme Leader of the Party, state and army Kim Jong Un and his wife Ri Sol Ju visited the guesthouse, exchanged warm greetings and had a pleasant chat with Moon Jae In and his wife Kim Jung Sook.
Kim Jong Un had the second-day talks with Moon Jae In.
Present at the talks from the north side was Kim Yong Chol, vice-chairman of the WPK Central Committee, and from the south side was So Hun, director of the Intelligence Service.
The talks reaffirmed the will of both sides to implement the historic Panmunjom Declaration to the letter and formulated important issues and detailed measures to be maintained in implementing the declaration and agreed on a series of immediate practical measures to be taken by the north and the south.
Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae In had an in-depth discussion of ways of steadily taking measures meeting the requirement of the era of reconciliation and cooperation and firmly guaranteeing the current development of the relations in the future, too, on the basis of the precious success and experience that dramatically changed the inter-Korean relations from those of extreme hostility and confrontation and brought about startling changes and fruitions through sincere efforts with the view and stance of pooling mind and intention and respecting and trusting each other.
Three north-south summit meetings and talks this year showed the new appearance of dialogue settling issues with trust and cooperation, away from the force of habit of the past characterized by mistrust and disputes, and serve as historic turning points that turned the outdated era of confrontation and severance into a fresh era of dialogue and cooperation.