South Korea's president praises Trump-Kim summit

South Korea’s president on Tuesday called a recent U.S.-North Korean summit at the Korean border an end of mutual hostility between the countries, despite skepticism by many experts that it was more of a publicity stunt than genuine opinion.

During their impromptu third summit at the Korean Demilitarized Zone on Sunday, Trump and Kim reaffirmed their friendships and agreed to resume nuclear talks. Trump’s brief stepping across the borderline into North Korea also made him the first sitting U.S. president to set foot in the North’s soil. But neither side has still indicated they are any closer to resolving sticking points that collapsed their previous summit...

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