North Korea is open to denuclearization if the safety of Kim Jong Un’s
regime is guaranteed, South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s office

The two leaders will meet for a summit at the end of April along the
border, the statement said, adding that North Korea was ready for
candid talks with the US to normalize relations.

“North Korea has clearly expressed its intention for denuclearlization
on the Korean peninsula, and if there is no military threat, and North
Korea’s regime security is promised, they have clarified that there is
no reason to hold nuclear weapons,” Moon’s office said.

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