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Thursday, March 8, 2018

A truce, will it be possible?

Por mayli2017

The desire is that in the future formal negotiations will end up breaking the diplomatic distance between the United States and North Korea and persuading the latter to abandon their nuclear weapons, something to which he has put resistance, even though receives more sanctions KCNA, the North Korean state news agency, announced that Kim had given a "warm welcome" to the delegates and had held a "frank conversation.

"The South Korean delegation handed him a letter from its president, Moon Jae-in, inviting Kim to continue the meetings.The North Korean leader exchanged views and reached a satisfactory agreement on the content of the letter and gave orders for it to be answered.What will happen in future meetings and the true intentions pursued by each government is something that we will not know with certainty.

After the unusual dialogue with its historical enemy South Korea, North Korea seems to extend its olive branch and be co ո descending also to the United States.Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, was willing to establish a dialogue with Washington and even get rid of their nuclear weapons. Of course, this would require that the Pyongyang government not feel threatened after the talks, said a delegation from South Korea who visited the North Korean capital.

South Korean national security chief Chung Eui-yong, once back in Seoul, also reported that Kim is also open to suspend nuclear and missile tests while the dialogues take place. Given the goodwill of the Korean government, the president of the United States, Donald Trump, posted on Twitter that, for the first time in many years, all the interested parties were making a great effort, however, he pointed out that it could be a false hope.

The meeting was part of a group of actions with the interest to bring the two Koreas closer and emerged in the framework of the Winter Olympic Games that were held in the South, in February. Previously, attempts at dialogues of this kind between the three countries did not work. The delegation plans to visit Washington later in the week to announce the US government on talks with the North.

According to the US government, there could be an improvement in relations in the peninsula, but it has ruled out the possibility of formal talks with Pyongyang unless they dispose of their nuclear weapons. Washington has made it clear that without an antinuclear commitment, North Korea's gestures of rapprochement would have little relevance, as evidenced by the Olympic Games.Kim Jong-un has met with very few foreign officials since he assumed the leadership of his country and the last time Southern envoys visited Pyongyang was in 2007. So that a delegation visits the South constitutes a significant panoramic.

Among the Seoul envoys were intelligence chief Suh Hoon and National Security Adviser Chung Eui-yong. The purpose of the delegation was to capitalize on the reduced tensions after the Olympic Games, where the Koreas paraded with the same flag.