South Korean President Moon Jae-in, responding to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's offer during his New Year's Day address, proposes a meeting to discuss the Winter Olympics and North Korea's nuclear program next Tuesday at the border city of Panmunjom.
South Korea’s president, Moon Jae-in, moved quickly to embrace Kim Jong-un’s proposal to start inter-Korean dialogue and send a team to the Olympics.
The New York Times
North Korea's state media reports Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un, in comments released today, states the country has miniaturized nuclear warheads to be mounted on ballistic missiles, and has ordered improvements in the power and precision of its arsenal. 2016-03-9 (Context: Kim Jong-un, North Korea, North Korea's nuclear program, leader)
North Korea's supreme leader Kim Jong-un says his country will soon conduct a nuclear warhead test and test launch ballistic missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads, according to North Korea's state media. 2016-03-14 (Context: Kim Jong-un, North Korea, North Korea's nuclear program, leader)
Kim Jong-un, the supreme leader of North Korea, orders the country to conduct more tests of nuclear weapons to improve its capacity. 2016-03-11 (Context: Kim Jong-un, North Korea, North Korea's nuclear program, leader)
In the first inter-Korean talks in two years at the Panmunjeom-Paju "Truce Village" (DMZ), both parties agree on the need to ease tensions and hold military talks. North Korea also agrees to participate in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. 2018-01-9 (Context: 2018 Winter Olympics, North Korea-South Korea relations, Panmunjeom)
North Korea accepts South Korea's proposal for official talks, and will meet on January 9 to discuss North Korea's possible involvement with the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. These are the first high-level talks between the Koreas in more than two years. 2018-01-4 (Context: 2018 Winter Olympics, North Korea, North Korea-South Korea relations)
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