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Ahead of a summit next week between North Korean premier Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-In, lawmakers from the neighboring states were thought to be negotiating the details of a joint statement that could outline an end to the military conflict between the two countries.
Pyongyang and Seoul have technically been at war since the 1950-1953 Korean conflict ended with a truce — and not a peace treaty.
Kim and Moon could also discuss returning the heavily fortified demilitarized zone separating them to its original state.
@>No.246227 : "you wonder what Kim is playing at..."
It's no so much Kim as China, Kim's puppetmaster.
NK gets 1/2 its food & fuel from china.
B4 the Kim/Trump war of words, they ran a protection racket together : Kim plays the vicious, threatening dog, and China, the inattentive master.
So for a fee, China would rein in its dog.
Now China sees that game's no longer worth it.
And China's Pres Xi, w/ his quiet but dominating delusions of grandeur, is bent on legacy building,
and a normalized, de-nuked Korean Pen would be a huge addition.
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