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Kim Jong-un, Moon Jae-in take break after spending hour and half at negotiating table

April 27, 6:21 UTC+3

Kim Jong-un headed to the North Koreabn side of the demarcation line to have a meal

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GOYANG /South Korea/, April 27. /TASS/. The first part of the historic inter-Korean summit has concluded in the border village of Panmunjom. South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un spent an hour and a half at the negotiating table.

Kim Jong-un headed to the North Koreabn side of the demarcation line to have a meal. After that, the two leaders are expected to plant a pine tree symbolizing peace and prosperity for the Korean Peninsula. They will also have a chance to hold a private conversation while taking a stroll and then will go back to the negotiating table.

Before the start of the talks, the two leaders expressed readiness to hold a constructive dialogue. In particular, Kim Jong-un was confident that his talks with Moon Jae-in would produce positive and substantial results. He added that North Korea was ready to fulfill all the obligations it would undertake. The South Korean president, in turn, thanked Kim Jong-un for courage and determination and called on him to bring peace and prosperity to the Korean Peninsula together.

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