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    It seems that the world can finally breath a little bit more calmly as the Korean Peninsula is moving toward denuclearization and even probably unification.

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    In a historic meeting at a DMZ town, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in held a summit, during which they signed a joint declaration, agreeing to take measures to support international efforts aimed at denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and proceed with reunion programs for the separated Korean families.

    READ MORE: Kim Jong-un Hopes For Unification as Koreas Agree to Discuss Replacing Ceasefire With Peace Treaty

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