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    South Korean President Moon Jae-in previously noted that the meeting is a "significant milestone" in North Korea's denuclearisation, stressing that sanctions imposed on Pyongyang might be relieved under certain conditions.

    US President Donald Trump and North Korea's Chairman Kim Jong-un have met in the Demilitarized Zone and shook hands, reviving hopes for an improvement in ties between the two countries.

    Trump's meeting with Kim in the Demilitarized Zone marks the first time a US president has ever visited the border between the two Koreas.

    Kim and Trump originally engaged in negotiations during a summit in Singapore in June 2018, confirming their commitment to the denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula. However, the next round of talks about denuclearising the Korean Peninsula, which was held in Hanoi in February abruptly ended without any agreement.

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      "At some point during negotiations, things can happen. And that’s why we will be talking about sanctions", the president stressed.

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      "Our peaceful handshake alone, which comes despite a long history of hostility between our countries, in this place, a symbol of separation between North and South, means that this day is different from yesterday", Kim said.

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      In a broadcast, Trump and Moon were seen meeting a US commander at the heavily fortified Korean border who briefed the presidents on the current situation.


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