North and South Korea will hold talks in their first Summit in more than a decade on 27th of next month.
According to South Korean government officials, the two sides had agreed earlier this month to hold a Summit at the border truce village of Panmunjom.
Meanwhile, China has commended the efforts to improve ties by North and South Korea.
At a regular press briefing in Beijing today, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said it hopes positive momentum can be sustained as the date has been set for the first Summit between the two countries. APP/AFP