The leaders of the United States and South Korea has discussed the prospects of dialogue with the DPRK

© RIA Novosti / Persperate in fotobounce in Seoul. Archival photoThe leaders of the United States and South Korea has discussed the prospects of dialogue with the DPRK© RIA Novosti / Petrovaradin the image Bank

The presidents of South Korea and the U.S. moon Jae-In and Donald trump discussed on Tuesday on phone the future dialogue with the DPRK within the framework of cooperation between the two countries, announced in Seoul, the representative of the presidential administration, Kim Yy Gene.

According to him, moon Jae In explained Trump tasks starting on Wednesday of the visit to Pyongyang by his special envoy for peace on the Korean Peninsula through its full denuclearization. They exchanged views on the situation, including the upcoming September meeting to the third moon Jae-Ins with North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN, and decided to continue close dialogue and cooperation between the U.S. and South Korea on different levels.

«President moon explained in detail the plans of the North delegation to the special envoy to prepare for negotiations at the highest level of the South and of the North and discuss the areas of achievement of lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula through denuclearization. President trump said he sincerely wishes a good success to the delegation, and asked to report on the results,» — said the official representative of the presidential administration of South Korea.

As emphasized during the telephone conversation, the moon, held for the first time in nearly three months, now it is «very important time» for peace on the Peninsula and this process should be carried out simultaneously with denuclearization, and for this it is necessary to improve relations with the DPRK.

Trump and moon Jae-In have agreed to meet on the sidelines of the UNGA session in new York to develop the future strategy and directions of cooperation in the Korean Peninsula.

At the meeting, trump and Kim Jong-UN on June 12 in Singapore, the American President promised to solve the issue with the official end of war on the Korean Peninsula 1950-1953, which ended with the signing of the armistice agreement. However, Pyongyang expressed dissatisfaction with the fact that Washington only requires unilateral nuclear disarmament of North Korea, but nothing has been done for the signing of a Treaty of peace or Declaration of the termination of the war.