Pyongyang, Sep 18. - The sincere and warm greeting granted to South Korean President Moon Jae-in upon his arrival on Tuesday to North Korea is a clear show of good will toward reunification.
The President of the State Committee of the People's Democratic Republic of Korea (PDRK), Kim Jong-un, welcomed Moon at the Sunam International Airport where both men embraced with a cheek-to-cheek hug.
Behind them, there were large signs bearing slogans that read, “We ardently welcome President Moon Jae-in visiting Pyongyang!”and “Let's open up an era of peace and prosperity with combined strength of the Korean People!”
The warmth welcome had no comparison to what happened 18 years ago when the then South Korean leader Kim Dae-jung visited Pyongyang. And it was superior than the welcoming offered in 2007 to the then president of South Korea Roh Moo-hyun.
Kim and Roh came for summit meetings with PDRK's leader Kim Jong-il, a western diplomat recalled for Prensa Latina.
It is very difficult, impossible, that the U.S. neither can sabotage the reunification of the Korean Peninsula nor can spoil the signing of a peace agreement between Seoul and Pyongyang. No one can go against people’s will, the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) wrote in a commentary. (Taken from Prensa Latina)