In South Korea held a welcoming campaign in honor of the visit of Kim Jong-UN

© AP Photo / Ahn Young-koprivstiza campaign in connection with the forthcoming visit of DPRK leader Kim Jong-UN in South Korea. 25 Nov 2018In South Korea held a welcoming campaign in honor of the visit of Kim Jong-UN© AP Photo / Ahn Young-joon

A group of civic activists in Seoul held on 25 November with a welcome campaign in connection with the forthcoming visit of DPRK leader Kim Jong-UN in South Korea, reports Yonhap news Agency.

Earlier it was reported that the President of South Korea, moon Jae-In said that DPRK leader Kim Jong-UN to «soon» visit Seoul for a return visit.

Activists held a conference for reporters, wrote and handed out to residents of greeting cards, selling flags and clothing with the image of the Korean Peninsula — the symbol of a United Korea. From 15 November they have held some shares with the writing of greeting cards and to start negotiations at a high level we intend to collect 10 million cards.

«We hope that the return visit of Chairman Kim Jong-UN in Seoul will be a landmark event in inter-Korean relations, if the fourth inter-Korean summit will start successfully on the background of greeting 10 million people, Seoul will be known as the «City of Peace», — said one of the organizers Kwon Suk Yong.

The Agency notes that Sunday was also held and the action of the opponents of the arrival of Kim Jong-UN in South Korea. The speakers said that the government «puts the country in danger of war, exalting «dictatorial regime».

The inter-Korean summit was held in September in Pyongyang and became the third President of South Korea, moon Jae-In and the leader of the DPRK Kim Jong-UN this year. At the summit the two leaders signed a joint statement, and the Minister of defense of South Korea Seon-young, Mu and Minister of people’s armed forces of the DPRK But Kwang Chul signed the agreement in the military field.

In addition, in the course of the talks, Kim Jong-UN expressed the intention to visit Seoul for a return visit «in the near future.» Later, moon Jae-In said that the words of the North Korean leader meant that he intends to visit South Korea before the end of this year if it will not impact the contingency.

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