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Pyongyang has declared a new strategic course for the country, announcing an indefinite suspension of all nuclear and ballistic missile tests, in the run-up to the planned meeting between Kim Jon-un and US President Donald Trump.

Pyongyang will establish a favorable international environment and will intensify close dialogue with neighboring countries and the international community, in order to protect the peace and stability of the Korean Peninsula and the world.

https://www.rt.com/news/424740-north-korea-denuclearization-decisions/

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Let's see what happens between North Korea and the United States when they have

their announced meeting...already North Korea is coming across as more open

to compromise with South Korea by indicating they are ready to sign a peach treaty

with the South.  Since the end of WW II the North/South have been existing under

a truce.

 

New York Times 4-18-18  "Treaty to Formally End Korean War Is Being Discussed, South Confirms

"South Korea said it had been in talks with both American and North

  Korean officials about replacing the 1953 armistice with a full peace

  agreement.  In Washington last week, as they prepared for the planned

  talks between each of their countries presidents and Kim Jong-un,  South

  Korean officials said they had also been in talks with the North about a

  treaty.

 

  

 

   

 

 

 

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In his meeting earlier this month with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, CIA Director Mike Pompeo was assured that a planned summit between Kim and President Trump could be joined with the release of three detained U.S. citizens, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday night.

 

It's getting better and better... 

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