[2018 Inter-Korean Summit Pyeongyang]
On Day 2, September 19, President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un signed an agreement after the second round of the 2018 Inter-Korean Summit Pyeongyang talks.
At the following joint press conference, the two leaders announced that they agreed on creating a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula.
The agreement outlines military cooperation and eliminating nuclear weapons and threats on the Korean Peninsula.
The two leaders also mapped concrete denuclearization measures for the first time in history and the North agreed to shut down its engine test site and missile launcher in Dongchang-ri.
Also, the North Korean leader agreed to visit Seoul in the near future, possibly within this year if circumstances allow.
If realized, it'll be the first visit to Seoul by a North Korean leader, which President Moon said will mark a groundbreaking turning point.