India on Thursday hailed the inter-Korean Summit and said such engagement
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India on weekday hailed the inter-Korean Summit and aforementioned such engagement can facilitate in paving the manner for lasting peace within the Korean Peninsula and address its issues concerning proliferation linkages extending to Asian country’s neighbourhood.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, left, talks with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, right
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North Korea’s leader Kim Jong United Nations and South Korean President Moon Jae-in visited the religious birthplace of the Korean nation on the weekday for a show of unity on the ultimate day of the North-South summit.

The North Korean leader on the weekday had in agreement to create a historic visit to the capital of South Korea recently and shut a missile testing website ahead of international inspectors.

“India welcomes the simply all over inter-Korean meeting command in the capital of North Korea on September 18-20, 2018. The Asian country has been perpetually adjunct of all such efforts to give birth to peace and stability within the Korean Peninsula through dialogue and diplomacy,” a Ministry of External Affairs statement aforementioned.

India Hails Inter-Korean Summit, Say

“We hope that such continued engagement can facilitate in reducing tensions and pave the manner for lasting peace and reconciliation within the Korean Peninsula and conjointly address our issues concerning proliferation linkages extending to India’s neighbourhood,” it aforementioned in an evident respect to North Korea’s nuclear proliferation linkages with Pakistan.