North Korea and South Korea have technically been at war for over fifty years; reportedly the two nations are in talks to mark a permanent end to the longstanding war and to possibly return the demilitarized zone to its original state.
Pyongyang and Seoul have officially been at war since the Korean War, which began in 1950. The official close to such would mark an end to a longstanding war that has been ongoing for over fifty years.
According to a daily newspaper, Munhwa Ilbo, that is familiar with the matter, who cited an unnamed South Korean Official, the two nations are in talks to declare an official end date, which the paper reported on Tuesday.
North Korean premier Kim Jung Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in could also be discussing returning the heavily-fortified demilitarized zone separating them to its original state, the newspaper said.
President Donald Trump, who hard-lined the matter, has played an influential role in expediting the closing of the long-standing war. The President instead of paving the way for North Korea to house nuclear weapons, enacted a strategy which so far has proven to be successful.
The President of the United States has also detailed the possibility of talks with Kim Jung Un which could occur sometime in May or June.