South Korean President Moon Jae-in shakes hands with North Korean pioneer Kim Jong Un amid their gathering at the détente town of Panmunjom inside the peaceful area isolating the two Koreas, South Korea, April 27, 2018. Korea Summit Press Pool/Pool
WASHINGTON - 1 May 2018: South Korean President Moon Jae-in has persuaded North Korean pioneer Kim Jong Un to hold his forthcoming gathering with US President Donald Trump at the neutral ground isolating the two Koreas, a source told CNN.
Moon and Kim met at a similar area in Panmunjom last Friday, a truly noteworthy occasion that was broadcast worldwide and prompted a consent to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula and formally end the Korean War.
There is a "solid probability" the summit will be held at the site, with a few occasions conceivably booked on the northern side of the military boundary line isolating the two nations, as per an authority with profound information of North Korea's reasoning on the issue.
The setting bodes well strategically for Kim, the source stated, in light of the fact that media offices and hardware are as of now set up, which could enable the summit to happen "in late May."
Making a trip toward the northern side of the peaceful area (DMZ) would likewise give a memorable chance to Trump, the source stated, including that Moon might be engaged with the summit in some limit.
A representative for the South Korean president seemed to underwrite the scene decision when gotten some information about the proposition, Tuesday.
"(We) think Panmunjom is very significant as a place to disintegrate the gap and set up another point of reference for peace," the representative told journalists. "Wouldn't Panmunjom be the most representative place?"