North Korean President Kim Jong-Un said he is willing to hold more summits with South Korean leader Moon Jae-in in next year in order to achieve a goal of the Korean peninsula’s denuclearization, South Korea confirms on Sunday.
According to news reports, Kim has on Sunday, sent a letter to Moon’s office to recall the dramatic agreement then has signed this year with including three summit, after several years of conflicts marked by the series of the North Korean missiles tests and nuclear. Kim has met Moon three times this year.
During Moon’s visit to Pyongyang in September, Kim has promised to visit Seoul, South Korea’s capital “at an earliest date”. But however, the trip was cancelled leaving the young ruler feeling “much regret”, Moon’s spokesperson said according to Kim’s letter.
Moon’s office said, in the letter Kim made his regret over his inability to visit to Seoul.
The spokesperson said, Kim also “expressed an intention to meet with Moon frequently in 2019” to adopt peace and “solve the issue of denuclearizing the peninsula together”.
In an official statement, Moon’s spokesman Kim Eui-kyeom said: “Chairman Kim said he is willing to meet often with President Moon next year to move forward discussions on peace and prosperity and resolve the issue of denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.”
Moon said: “I welcome chairman Kim’s intention to solve together the issue of denuclearization, by meeting frequently even next year.”