The two Koreas have just begun removing landmines from parts of the Demilitarized Zone which separates them. According to Seoul's defense ministry, this is being done "to reduce tensions and prevent accidental clashes." After the latest summit between President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, the two countries defense chiefs signed an agreement to halt "all hostile acts" and practically eliminate the danger of war.
"Regarding the landmine removal work as a starting point, military authorities of the two Koreas will make joint efforts to ensure that their military agreement will be carried out systematically and normally," the ministry said in a press release.
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