Moon, Kim Announce Little of Substance After Summit
President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un at a joint press conference on Wednesday announced a range of agreements that fell short of a substantial breakthrough in denuclearization efforts. The two leaders signed an agreement to reduce military tensions and prevent any accidental clashes in the border areas.
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NATIONAL/POLITICS
Ex-USFK Chief 'Cautiously Optimistic' About N.Korea Denuclearization
A former commander of the U.S. Forces Korea is calling on North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to show with concrete action that he is serious about denuclearization. Walter Sharp remains "cautiously optimistic" of progress in resolving the nuclear crisis.
NORTH KOREA
Kim Jong-un Plays Gracious Host to Moon
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un ruefully admitted to President Moon Jae-in that the facilities are run-down as he showed him into the Paekhwawon Guest House in Pyongyang on Tuesday.
BUSINESS
S.Korean Tycoons Meet N.Korea's Top Economic Official
South Korean tycoons who accompanied President Moon Jae-in to Pyongyang met North Korea's top economic official Ri Yong-nam on Tuesday for talks that were largely seen as window-dressing for the summit.