After 65 years, North and South Korea They End The War

North Korean leader and South Korean President met in the Demilitarized Zone, in Panmunjom, and signed the “Panmunjom Declaration for Peace, Prosperity and Unification on the Korean Peninsula.”

After an historic meeting Friday, the leaders of North and South Korea signed an agreement to officially end the Korean War after 65 years, and to work to denuclearize and establish a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula.

The Korean military conflict technically lasted from 1950 to 1953 but was ended with a truce, not a peace treaty.
The two leaders later gave separate speeches about the declaration.

Kim Jong Un said“It took a long time for the two Koreas to come together… South and North Korea are the same people, the same blood, they cannot be separated,”

It is a rare occasion when the world sees the North Korean dictator speak publicly, especially to address the world and speak on the topic of peace. The rhetoric from North Korea over the past year has typically been hostile and aggressive, particularly toward the United States.
 Moon Jae-in said “There will not be any more war on the Korean Peninsula. The new era of peace has finally opened and we are declaring that,Today, chairman Kim and I have agreed that a complete denuclearization will be achieved. That is our common goal. We reaffirm that is our goal. …I announce that and also we declare the end of the war and also signing the peace treaty. We will totally end the war on the Korean Peninsula and will establish sound and solid peace on the Korean Peninsula. A complete denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula will be starting. And for a complete peace to arrive South and North Korea will collaborate closely. ”