Kim Jong-un will host South Korea's President Moon in the North Korean capital Pyongyang next month after the two nations agreed to go ahead with their third peace summit.
The meeting, due to take place in September, was agreed following high-level talks in the Demilitarized Zone that divides the peninsula.
A trip by the South's President Moon Jae-in to the North's capital would be the first such visit for more than a decade, as the diplomatic thaw on the peninsula builds.
At the historic first summit between Moon and the North's leader Kim Jong Un in Panmunjom in April they agreed the South's president would visit Pyongyang during the autumn.
Today's high-level talks, taking place on the northern side of the truce village in the Demilitarized Zone, were proposed by the North last week as it lashed out at Washington for pushing ahead with sanctions.
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