US And North Korea Will End Hostilities, Moon Says

James Kirk
Author James Kirk
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South Korean President Moon Jae-in has said the US and North Korea will sooner or later declare an end to their belligerence toward each other.

The war on the Korean peninsula ended in 1953 with an armistice, but without a peace treaty being signed.

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In an interview with the BBC in Seoul, he also said he looked forward to support from European leaders in mediating between Kim and President Donald Trump if negotiations stalled.

Moon has met Kim three times this year and has mediated between him and Trump.

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Last month, Moon did something historic: He became the first South Korean leader to speak before the North Korean public during a trip to Pyongyang. He spoke at the Arirang Games and received a tremendous applause from 150,000 people.

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