North, South Korea agree on denuclearization of peninsula after historic meeting

In the dramatic early Friday announcement, Northern and South Korean leaders decided to a framework that could finally provide peace to the peninsula and possibly end decades of tension between Hermit Kingdom and the global local community.

The joint announcement that each sides will work toward a “nuclear-free Korean Peninsula” and try to officially finish the Korean War came  following a historic meeting between South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Northern Korea’ s Kim Jong  El — who, fewer than four several weeks ago, threatened the United States with nuclear weapons.

But the same Kim Jong El who declared in a stark Brand new Year’s address that a nuclear release button is “always on the table” continued his recent — and surprising — push pertaining to peace during his meeting with Celestial satellite.

Although it was not immediately clear what cement steps the countries would decide to try achieve the lofty goals established Friday, both nations agreed  to keep further high-level talks and other discussions, including a push for combined talks with the U. S. as well as potentially China.

The  Koreas, which have theoretically remained at war since the 1950-1953 Korean War was only ended via an armistice,   possess agreed to stop all hostile works over “land, sea and air” that can cause military tensions plus clashes.

Both leaders announced that starting May one, all loudspeaker propaganda broadcasts which have been blaring at each other across their own heavily-armed border will be suspended. They are going to also dismantle broadcasting equipment and prevent flying propaganda leaflets across their particular border.

Earlier Friday, Kim told Celestial satellite that he feels like he’ s “ firing a flare at the beginning line in the moment of [the two Koreas], writing a new history in North-South relations, peace and prosperity. ”

Betty also promised Moon  he “won’t interrupt” his “early morning rest anymore, ” a somewhat kidding reference to North Korea’s troubling global ballistic missile tests, South Korea said.

In this April 27, 2018 photograph, People watch a TV display screen showing the live broadcast associated with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, top right, meets with Northern Korean leader Kim Jong El at the border village of Panmunjom during a news program at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, Southern Korea   (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

It was the  first time a member from the Kim dynasty   had been known to set foot on Southern Korean soil since 1953. Both men shook hands and smiled for news cameras.

Kim and Celestial satellite planted a pine tree jointly as a symbol of peace prior to resuming their second meeting from the summit. They also unveiled a rock plaque placed next to the shrub that was engraved with a message stating “Peace and Prosperity Are Grown. ”

The summit has drawn assessed responses from around the world.

“After a mad year of missile launches plus Nuclear testing, a historic conference between North and South Korea is now taking place. Good things are occurring, but only time will inform! ” tweeted President Trump, in whose own fiery rhetoric and intense posture are credited by several analysts with helping to bring Northern Korea to the bargaining table.

British International Secretary Boris Johnson said he or she welcomes the summit but would not expect any major breakthroughs.

“I was very encouraged by what’s occurring, ” Johnson told reporters Fri. “I don’t think that anybody taking a look at the history of North Korea’s programs to develop a nuclear weapon would like to be over-optimistic at this point. ” 

China offers welcomed the summit, saying this applauds the countries’ leaders to take a “historic step” toward serenity.

The Associated Press contributed for this report

Edmund DeMarche is a news editor for FoxNews. com. Follow him on Tweets @EDeMarche .