Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in raise their hands triumphantly at a Korean summit

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The 2 leaders met thrice in 2018, twice on the border and as soon as in Pyongyang

North Korea’s chief Kim Jong-un has vowed to “often” meet South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in subsequent 12 months to debate denuclearisation.

In a uncommon letter to Seoul, Mr Kim stated he wished to pursue peace between the nations and “clear up the problem of denuclearising the peninsula collectively”, a spokesman for Mr Moon stated.

Mr Kim additionally expressed “a lot remorse” that he couldn’t go to Seoul in 2018.

He promised to make the journey after Mr Moon visited Pyongyang in September.

On his visit to North Korea’s capital, Mr Moon gave a speech at the Mass Games, saying the 2 nations ought to “turn out to be one” once more.

Though each nations technically stay at conflict, relations improved markedly in 2018 due to quite a few conciliatory gestures from Mr Kim.

Mr Moon’s spokesman didn’t reveal how the letter was delivered, however described it as heat and stated Mr Kim wrote of his “sturdy dedication to go to Seoul whereas watching the long run state of affairs”.

Kim Jong-un also met US President Donald Trump in 2018 – the primary time a sitting US president has met a frontrunner from the nation – however efforts to enhance relations between the US and the north have stalled in latest months.

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President Trump met Mr Kim at a historic summit in Singapore

The US has stated North Korea has not totally dedicated to giving up its nuclear weapons, whereas the North has lashed out at fresh US sanctions crippling its financial system and concentrating on members of its authorities.

Regardless of these setbacks, one other summit between Mr Trump and Mr Kim may occur in 2019.

The US president praised a “warm letter” from Pyongyang in September, though no date has been set for one more assembly.