Kim Jong-un and South Korea to hold WW3 talks TONIGHT in desperate bid to avoid nuke war

Monday, January 8, 2018
By Paul Martin

NORTH and South Korea will hold peace talks tonight in a last-ditch bid to avoid World War 3.

By Tom Towers
8th January 2018

The dialogue will be the first high-level contact between the countries in more than two years.

They will be held in the peace village of Panmunjom in the demilitarised zone (DMZ), heavily guarded by both armies.

North Korea dictator Kim Jong-un has brought the world close to nuclear war in the past year with a series of reckless missile tests.

The US, South Korea and Japan have stepped up military drills in a response to intimidate the tubby tyrant.

He has now agreed to the talks after demanding that a long-defunct hotline with South Korea be re-opened.

The two countries are expected to discuss the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics and the improvement of inter-Korean relations.

However, Japan’s defence minister Itsunori Onodera has warned that Kim will continue to work on his nuclear weapons programme and that his enemies should remain vigilant.

He said: “I think what is important is to maintain a firm defence posture. North Korea goes through phases of apparent dialogue and provocation but either way, North Korea is continuing its nuclear and missile development.

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