Tag: Moon Jae In
A second summit in Hanoi in February was broadly viewed as a failure.
The petition has gathered more than 200,000 signatures, which means the South Korean government has to respond to it.
One senior political reporter has been condemned online by some of Moon Jae-in's most devoted supporters for 'being too aggressive'.
Despite the deadlock between the United States and North Korea, South Korean President Moon Jae-in is still trying to salvage diplomacy with the North.
Moon Jae In hoped the two Koreas could sit down together and have a mutually beneficial talk and an opportunity to reignite stalled diplomacy between the US and North Korea.
North Korea has been pressing for sanctions relief but has not taken meaningful steps toward dismantling its nuclear weapons programme.
"We must deal a serious blow to the hostile forces who are mistakenly determined to bring us down with sanctions by advancing the socialist construction to a high level of self-reliance ."
Moon Jae-in has long backed a policy of engagement with Pyongyang and was instrumental in brokering talks between Trump and Kim Jong-un.
‘Bencana diplomatik’ apabila Moon Jae-in menggunakan bahasa Indonesia di Malaysia dalam ucapannya
The South Korean president accused of 'diplomatic disaster' when he used an Indonesian greeting in Malaysia, and that too at the wrong time.
Pelajar Malaysia akan dihantar ke Korea Selatan untuk belajar kejuruteraan, teknologi maklumat dan teknologi lain.
President Moon Jae-in and his wife were welcomed by the Agong and queen as well as the prime minister.
US State Secretary says he remains hopeful talks with Pyongyang will continue soon.
Experts say that the summit was supposed to be Moon's way of distracting South Koreans from economic and employment problems.
President Moon Jae-in says that he is ready to undertake anything from reconnecting rail and road links between the two Koreas to other inter-Korean economic cooperation.
A spokesman for President Moon Jae-in says they expect the planned North-US summit would be a turning point in establishing a permanent peace regimen on the Korean peninsula.
President Moon Jae-in strongly believes in his government’s economic policy basis and explains why it’s impossible to have sustainable growth without changing the imbalanced structure of South Korea's polarised society.
Kim Jong Un expresses an intention to meet with Moon frequently in 2019" to pursue peace and solve the issue of denuclearising the peninsula together.
Moon Jae-in sacked his top two economic officials as the world's 11th-largest economy struggles with slowing growth, rising unemployment and persistent income gaps.
Moon, who has met Kim Jong Un three times this year, was set to convey the message to French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris on Monday as part of a seven-day European tour.
The North has stopped all nuclear and missile tests, dismantled its only nuclear test site and is now dismantling its missile engine test facilities, and promises to dismantle its Yongbyon nuclear complex if the US takes corresponding measures.
During a conversation with the visiting archbishop, Kim urged him to let the Vatican know his intention to build peace, according to Moon's spokesman.
North Korea and Moscow agreed to hold a summit this year after Kim met Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Pyongyang.
While Moon said it’s natural to be suspicious of Kim’s motivation given the North’s past failures to live up to its denuclearisation agreements, he added that this time it was 'completely different.'