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North, South Korean leaders discuss denuclearization issues

April 27, 9:21 UTC+3 GOYANG

A joint declaration may be signed after the summit

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GOYANG, April 27. /TASS/. South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un have discussed denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula at negotiations held on Friday morning, South Korean Presidential Spokesperson Yoon Young-chan said at a briefing on Friday.

"The leaders talked about denuclearization, peace on the Korean Peninsula and improvement of intra-Korean relations. They had a sincere exchange of opinions on these issues. The consultations will continue today, and a joint declaration will be signed based on their results," he noted. According to the presidential spokesperson, the talks between the two state leaders lasted one hour forty minutes.

Yoon Young-chan said that a joint declaration would be signed after the summit.

"All the rest time work will be carried out on the contents and elaboration of all corresponding wordings of this document," he stressed.

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