North Korea Insists Hardliners Not To Spoil Atmosphere, South Korea Calls For Establishing Peace
North Korea finally breaks its silence! It has called for a "patient" approach to the ongoing fast-paced developments in its relations with America. The credit should go to President Donald Trump who surprised the world by accepting the invitation to meet Kim Jong-un whom the world considers a tyrant dictator.
Kim Jong-un's strong message to the hardliners in both North Korea and America
Apart from "sign of change" in the relationship between Pyongyang and Washington, North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un notes for a "dramatic atmosphere for reconciliation" between the two Koreas (North and South Koreas).
The state-run Korean Central News Agency declared on Wednesday morning that the diplomatic ties between North Korea and America were only just beginning. It also warned the hardliners present in both the countries not to "spoil the atmosphere." However, the news agency did not utter a single word on the possible summit between President Trump and Jong-un, which is scheduled to take place in May.
The news agency said in a commentary that "it is the time for all to approach everything with prudence, self-control, and patience." This statement marks the first time the capital city of North Korea has publicly reacted to America's President Trump's surprising decision (taken on March 9) to accept for a summit with Jon-un, as reported by The Telegraph.
Moon-Jae-in's impending meeting with Jong-un in April
Recently, Jong-un invited South Korean President Moon-Jae-in to a summit with him. The planned meet is expected to take place in April in the demilitarized zone that divides the Korean Peninsula. On Wednesday, the South Korean President said that the Korean peninsula was presently on an "unexplored path" and hinted the chance of an additional three-way summit between the United States and two Koreas sooner than later. Moon-Jae-in further commented that the three leaders must resolve the issues of denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula and establish peace through discussions.
Seoul plans to send K-Pop artists to North Korea
Presently, South Korea is also trying its best to maintain a diplomatic relationship with North Korea. Some reports suggest that Seoul aims to send some famous K-Pop singers to Pyongyang soon. Since 2005, North Korea didn't welcome South Korea's artist in its territory.