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>> Big promises from Kim Jong-un on Wednesday as the two Korea's wrapped up their latest summit. Kim has agreed to permanently scrap his key missile facilities while foreign experts watch. That's according to South Korean leader Moon Jae-in who says, Kim is also willing to close his main nuclear complex if the US takes reciprocal action.
But what Kim would wanna see isn't clear.>>
> I've promised President Moon to visit Seoul the near future.>> The Korea's have also signed a military accord to try prevent armed clashes between the two sides. And in other signs that ties are warming up, they're planning to submit a bid to host the 2032 summer Olympics together.
US President Donald Trump welcomed the announcements Tweeting late Tuesday that Kim Jong Un has agreed to allow Nuclear inspections, very exciting. But experts say it might be too soon to celebrate. There's still no clear tag line for the North denuclearization and no guarantees about larger nuclear and missile programs.
Though the North has stop tests it's so far refuse to give up its weapons before that can happen it wants a formal end to the Korean War which is still technically ongoing. That's put it at a stale mate with Washington which wants to see denuclearization from Kim first.
Analysts say North Korea is still taking baby steps but letting foreign experts into the country is a step in the right direction.