North and South Korea Sign a Peace Deal
September 19 , 2018
North Korea's President Kim Jong-un and South's Moon Jae-in have signed a major deal in Pyongyang. Moon has confirmed that both the countries have agreed for the denuclearization. Moon has stated that “The North agreed to permanently close the Tongchang-ri missile engine test site and missile launch facility in the presence of experts from relevant nations.” Kim too has described the agreement as a major step towards military peace. They have also planned to have a better cooperation on health care, making happen the reunion of families that got separated after the Korean War and even link up their railways.