Trump says next meeting with North Korea's Kim likely in early 2019

Hugh Fox
December 2, 2018

There was no unusual movement from the North Korean army at the time the soldier crossed, it said.

Border guards were demolished After the heavy tensions of recent years due to the numerous nuclear and missile tests of North Korea, the leaders in Seoul and Pyongyang had recently come closer.

Pompeo, who is leading the team of US negotiators, traveled to Pyongyang in October, where he and the North Korean leader agreed to a second US-North Korea summit.

President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in briefly met at the G20 summit in Argentina on Friday, where Trump reaffirmed his intention to hold a second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

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In their most recent summit in Pyongyang in September, Kim and Moon committed to reviving economic co-operation when possible, voicing optimism that global sanctions could end to allow such activity. He added that the two Koreas would seek additional surveys later on if necessary. Seoul said it would discuss holding a ground-breaking ceremony before the end of the year, but that construction depended on the progress of North Korea's denuclearization.

"A North Korean soldier was detected crossing the military demarcation line" by South Korean troops using surveillance equipment, the military Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said in a statement. This reports the South Korean news agency "Yonhap", citing the army leadership in Seoul. At Panmun Station, a North Korean locomotive took over to pull the South Korean carriages.

The last defection involving North Koreans occurred in May when two civilians aboard a small boat fled to the South across the Yellow Sea.

Transport Minister Kim Hyun-mi said the farewell ceremony signified the beginning of inter-Korean co-prosperity and a "catalyst expanding the economic territory of the Korean Peninsula, which had been isolated like an island, to the Eurasian continent". The initiative is part of this year's ongoing inter-Korean collaboration projects.

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Since the Korean leaders held talks for the first time in April, they have been trying to ease tensions along the border.

There is a passenger coach, a sleeping coach, an office coach and a wagon loaded with water for showers and laundry. Seoul took 55,000 liters (14,529 gallons) of diesel, a UN-sanctioned item, to the North for the journey.

According to plans outlined by Cho's ministry, Korean officials will begin by surveying a 400-kilometre (248-mile) railroad section between Kaesong and Sinuiju that cuts through the North's central region and northeastern coast.

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