AGERPRES special correspondent Florin Barbuta reports: The denuclearization of North Korea will last 3 to 5 years, and afterwards the economic freedom between the two countries will occur, the director of Korea Democracy Foundation, Shin Hyung-sik told AGERPRES.
The Ambassador of the Republic of Korea in Bucharest, Kim Eun-joong talked, in an interview granted to AGERPRES, about the "invaluable opportunity" to accomplish denuclearization in the Korean Peninsula, to the benefit of the entire world.
The statement comes in the context of the upcoming North Korea - South Korea summit starting Friday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said his "heart swelled" as he enjoyed an evening of South Korean music in Pyongyang, the reclusive state's official media said April 2.
China has confirmed that the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, has visited Beijing, where he met the Chinese president, Xi Jinping, and pledged his commitment to denuclearising the Korean peninsula.
Confirming several reports over the last two days, Xinhua state news agency said Kim had been in China on an "unofficial visit" from Sunday to Wednesday.
On unconfirmed information, the North Korean leader is on a first visit abroad.
It is believed that Kim Jong-Un has arrived in the Chinese capital. But neither Beijing nor Pyongyang confirm this information.
According to Japanese media, on Sunday morning a train crossed the border with China. Wagons were green in color, like Kim's father's train.