Kim Jong-UN called the South Korean President to visit

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Photo: Korean Central News Agency / Reuters

North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN gave the President of South Korea, moon Jae-inu invitation to Pyongyang. On Saturday, February 10, according to the Agency Yonhap, citing the sister of North Korean leader — Kim E Jeong.

The invitation was transmitted orally. If the meeting takes place, it will be held in the framework of the inter-Korean summit. Before the leaders met in 2007. Then the capital of North Korea visited President Roh Moo-Hyun, he was met by the father of the current leader of North Korea — Kim Jong-Il.

The relationship between North and South Korea remain hostile since the end of armed conflict in 1953, the two countries are still at war. The DPRK is exposed to sanctions by the UN security Council for the development of its nuclear program and actually is in isolation from the rest of the world. South Korea, by contrast, develops a relationship with the United States.

From the beginning, the relations between the two countries have noticeably warmed up. At the Olympics representatives of the two countries marched under a single flag. Also was formed the United women’s hockey team.

Video, photo All from Russia.



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