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A surprise meeting on Saturday saw two Korean leaders – Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in discuss prospects for a historic U.S.-North Korean summit next month. The effort to revive talks comes after US President Donald Trump’s choice revoke plans last week.

The meeting marks the second encounter between the two presidents over the course of a month, committing to end the 65 year old conflict between countries.

Since the meeting, Donald Trump has stated intent to reinstate a summit. Although the success of denuclearisation relies on overcoming the leaders’ conflicting agendas and disregard for interests of allied nations.

 

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