The relation between the United States, North Korea and South Korea has gained a new impetus, with the communist country openly agreeing to let an external agency come and verify its denuclearisation process.
The vital decision has come shortly after North Korean supremo Kim Jong Un visited his South Korean counterpart, Moon Jae-in.
The latest report about the North Korean government’s decision to let an external agency monitor the dismantling of its missile and nuclear facilities has been publicised by Mr Jae-in.
There are reports that the North Korean leader would visit the South Korean capital Seoul in the near future -if such a development happens, it would be the first such visit done by an North Korean leader in South Korea.
The South Korean government, as per a report, want to organise a function with the North Koran top representatives to mark the official end of war between the two countries in the Korean peninsula –though the war between the NK and SK technically ended in the year 1953, they has not yet signed an official document conceding that fact.
What is heard from the Korean peninsula is pleasant for the US, but, most probably, unpleasant for China, the country which have been indirectly protecting the North Korean regime for last few decades.
Anyway, the second meeting between the NK leader and his US counterpart, Donald Trump, is expected to happen in the near future.
What, you think, are the political implications of these developments?
Vignesh. S. G
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