The countries signed a comprehensive military agreement at the summit.
September 19, 2018 at 6:01 pm CTK
PYONGYANG. The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un promised to permanently dismantle a test center for rocket engines and launch a ramp, and also agrees with international experts.
After Wednesday's talk with Kim in Pyongyang, the South Korean president, Mun-in, told the AP.
A peninsula without weapons
According to Muna, there are concrete steps to remove nuclear weapons from the Korean peninsula. Both leaders agreed that the peninsula has no nuclear arsenal.
Mun also said that the DPRK wants to take further steps, such as the permanent dismantling of the main North Korean nuclear complex in Jongbong, until the United States takes appropriate action.
Kim then told a press conference with Munum that he would visit Seoul in the near future.
If that happens, he will be the first North Korean leader to visit the South Korean metropolis since the end of World War II, AP writes.
They signed the agreement
In the meantime, the South Korean agency Johnhap has announced that the defense ministers of the two Korean countries have signed a comprehensive military deal to reduce tensions and prevent a collision.
Already at the top in April, Seoul and Pyongyang agreed to leave all hostile activities.
On Wednesday, Mun and Kim met the second round of negotiations, which should be final.
Another outcome of the summit, according to Muna, is the decision that both Korean states will apply for the joint arrangement of the Summer Olympic Games in 2032.
Another top of this year
The South Korean president arrived Tuesday in the North Korean capital directly from Seoul for a three-day visit.
This is the third of this year's top with the leader of the Korean Democratic People's Republic, Kim Jong-un.
During the previous summit meetings with Munum and during the June meeting with US President Donald Trump in Singapore, Kim expressed his wish to achieve full denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.