South Korea Tuesday said it is expecting a reciprocal visit by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un this year, local media reported.

“I hope South and North [Korea] will make efforts together so that the conditions for Chairman Kim Jong-un’s reciprocal visit can be created at an early date,” Yonhap news agency quoted South Korean President Moon Jae-in as saying in his New Year’s address to the nation.

During his trip to Pyongyang in 2018, Moon and Kim had agreed that North Korean leader will pay a visit to Seoul.

Moon also reiterated his country’s commitment to two major inter-Korean

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