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>> Leaders of the two Korea's embrace at the border, Friday after pledging there will be no more war on the Korean peninsula. Kim Jong-un and South Korea's Moon Jae-in say hostilities will cease, and a formal end to the Korean war will be declared this year. They also say, they'll work to rid the Korea's of nuclear weapons, quote, complete denuclearization.
> Moon said, we will not go backward again. And Kim insisted that North and South Korea are brethren who should not live apart. Both said they'll work to make sure what was agreed upon Friday will be achieved. The agreement also includes promises for both sides to disarm in phases.
That's on top a number of gestures of peace. They agree propaganda broadcasts at the border will cease. The two Korea's will compete together at international sports events. And they will transform the heavily fortified demilitarized zone into what they call a peace zone. The announcements follow a day of images that would have been unimaginable this time last year as tensions flew high over North Korean nuclear and missile tests.
Kim and Moon beamed throughout the day, a South Korean official even said that Kim promised he wouldn't interrupt Moon's sleep anymore with missile tests. Kim told Moon later, he felt a swirl of emotion as he walked over the border, wondering why it took so long. US President Donald Trump is also expected to meet with Kim in late May or June.
Trump said, Thursday he was considering a number of potential dates and locations. Moon also agreed on Friday to visit Pyongyang, the North Korean capital this autumn.