Move over Trump and Macron! A new bromance blossoms as Kim and Moon hold hands and listen to K-pop to cap off their historic meeting as they vow ‘there will be no more war’

Friday, April 27, 2018
By Paul Martin

North Korean dictator greeted by President Moon after crossing military demarcation line on 38th parallel
Leaders are meeting at Panmunjom, the truce village where the Korean War armistice was signed in 1953
South Korea praised ‘sincere, candid’ talks and said leaders spoke about issues including denuclearization
They later embraced before signing a declaration that ‘there will be no more war on the Korean Peninsula’
Further talks finished at dinner, with dishes painstakingly selected to emphasize unity between two Koreas
Donald Trump tweeted ‘KOREAN WAR TO END!’ adding US ‘should be very proud of what is now taking place’
Summit ended with Kim and Moon clasping hands as they attended a lavish farewell ceremony at the site

27 April 2018

Surreal scenes capped off the historic meeting between Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in today as they held hands and listened to Korean pop music during a lavish farewell ceremony.

Kim became the first North Korean leader to step into the South for 65 years as he and President Moon vowed ‘there will be no more war’ and agreed to ‘complete denuclearisation’.

The two sworn enemies exchanged a warm greeting at the 38th parallel in the truce village of Panmunjom before the pair held talks and planted a commemorative tree together. The dramatic meeting has been seen as a precursor to planned talks between Kim and US President Donald Trump next month.

As the summit came to an end today, Kim and Moon clasped hands as K-pop blared during a bizarre farewell and photos of their meeting were projected onto a massive screen installed in front of the building where they met. Kim then boarded a black Mercedes Benz limousine that drove him back north.

The scenes were reminiscent of Donald Trump’s meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron earlier this week where the two leaders were seen holding hands and hugging during talks at the White House.

This afternoon, Kim and Moon embraced warmly after signing a statement in which they declared ‘there will be no more war on the Korean Peninsula’. The two countries said they will push for talks with the US, and potentially China, to officially end the 1950-53 conflict, which stopped with an armistice and left the Koreas still technically at war.

They also agreed to rid their peninsula of nuclear weapons but did not provide any new specific measures outlining how to achieve the objective.

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