Kim Jong-un wants to ‘write new history’ with South Korea

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Seoul, March 6: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has said that he wants to “vigorously advance” relations with South Korea, telling a visiting delegation from Seoul he hoped to “write a new history of national reunification”, Pyongyang state-media reported on Tuesday.
Kim made the comments during a two-day trip by the delegation led by Chung Eui-yong, the head of the South`s national security office, reports the Guardian.
The officials are the most senior South Koreans to meet Kim since he came to power in 2011 after the death of his father.
“He … made an exchange of in-depth views on the issues for easing the acute military tensions on the Korean Peninsula and activating the versatile dialogue, contact, cooperation and exchange,” Pyongyang`s official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported. (Agencies)
“He repeatedly clarified that it is our consistent and principled stand and his firm will to vigorously advance the north-south relations and write a new history of national reunification by the concerted efforts of our nation to be proud of in the world.”