KIIV.March 29. UNN. The representatives of the Republic of Korea and the DPRK began negotiations on a high level for the summit of leaders of the two States. It is reported by UNN with reference to TASS.

As reported by South Korean unification Ministry, the meeting began at 10:00 (3:00 Kyiv time) in Panmunjom in the demilitarized zone on the border between North and South.

“We will hold close consultations with representatives of North Korea to make the summit successful,” said before the talks, the Minister of unification, Cho Min-Kyung, who heads the South Korean delegation. It is composed of his Deputy CHEON Hae a Dream and a spokesman for South Korean President Yoon Yong Chan.

As previously reported UNN, the DPRK on March 24, accepted the offer of the Republic of Korea to hold high-level talks to determine the date and venue of the future in April, the inter-Korean summit. Pyongyang announced plans to send a delegation to a meeting of three people, headed by the Chairman of the Committee for the peaceful reunification of the Motherland Ri son Gwon.

We will remind, CCTV (China Central television) reported that Kim Jong-UN in the framework of a four-day visit to China, met in Beijing with Chinese leader XI Jinping. According to the Chairman of the PRC, Beijing will promote the continuous strengthening of cooperation with Pyongyang for the sake of peace and protection of the common interests of the two countries to improve the welfare of their peoples, strengthening of peace and stability in the region. “We need to pay special attention to the strengthening of ties between the youth of China and North Korea, to inherit the existing traditions of friendship,” said XI.

DPRK leader Kim Jong-UN during his visit to Beijing, invited the President of China XI Jinping to visit the DPRK. It is noted that the Chinese President “gave full consent.”

The trip to China, which lasted from March 25 to 28, was for North Korean dictator first foreign visit after he actually led the Republic after the death of his father Kim Jong-Il in 2011.