DPRK allows South Korean journalists to visit nuclear proving ground Punggye-ri

Source : 112 Ukraine

They entered the observers' group with the journalists from the US, the UK, China and Russia
14:14, 23 May 2018

Deutsche Welle

North Korea has published the list of eight South Korean journalists allowed to observe the liquidation of the nuclear proving ground Punggye-ri as Deutsche Welle reported.

According to the title, on May 23, the Ministry of Unification of South Korea reported that eight journalists of two South Korean mass media entered the list of the allowed correspondents.

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Moreover, the representatives of the U.S., the U.K., Chinese and Russian mass media arrived in Wonsan from Beijing.  The journalists from South Korea also received an invitation to come in this group but later they were denied in visa and not allowed to visit the proving ground.

As it was reported, the U.S. President Donald Trump on April 29 stated that the meeting with Kim Jong-un, the leader of North Korea, is to be held in three-four weeks.

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Earlier, Trump said that the meeting with Kim Jong-un is to be held in May or in early June and expressed hope that the agreement on the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula will be reached.

It was also reported the leaders of the US and DPRK can hold a meeting in Mongolia or Singapore.

Related: DPRK leader agrees to meet Trump at border between two Koreas

Earlier the leaders of two Koreas had a historic meeting in Panmunjom, South Korea. After the talks, the leaders of the states announced the signing of a treaty of peace at the end of 2018, which will end the war between the states which officially lasts since 1953.

The leaders of the states have signed the Panmunjom Declaration for peace, prosperity and unity in the Korean Peninsula.

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