North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will visit South Korea in the near future as the two countries announced steps toward a lasting peace Wednesday, according to media reports. "The era of no war has started," South Korean President Moon Jae-in said at a joint news conference in Pyongyang, according to CNN. "Today the North and South decided to remove all threats from the entire Korean Peninsula." Moon said he expects Kim to visit Seoul before the end of the year, the first-ever such trip by a North Korean leader. As part of an agreement, the two Koreas agreed to work toward denuclearization, including dismantling the North's nuclear-materials production site at Yongbyon and the missile site at Dongchang-ri. The leaders also said North and South Korea will bid to be joint hosts for the 2032 Summer Olympics. The announcements came on the second day of a three-day summit. The two countries are still technically at a state of war, ever since the truce to end the Korean War in 1953.
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