The leaders of South Korea, moon Jae-In and China’s XI Jinping at a meeting in the Vietnamese da Nang agreed on the need to peacefully resolve the tensions around North Korea. About it reports Reuters.
Both countries will increase strategic negotiations at all levels, said the representative of the press service of the President of South Korea’s Yun Jung Jang reporters.
During the talks, XI called on South Korea to resume dialogue with the DPRK and to resume cooperation with her for reconciliation.
Tensions on the Korean Peninsula rose last month when North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN and U.S. President Donald trump exchanged military threats and insults because of nuclear and missile development of the North.