While Pyongyang did not mention the anniversary, Seoul tried to move forward and renew cooperation. In Panmunjom, on the border between the two countries, South Korean Union Minister Lee In-young asked North Korea to comply with the 2018 agreement, The Korea Herald reported. MELBOURNE, Australia (SPOKE) — The agreements reached by South Korean heads of state and government at this week`s summit are important steps that have the potential to significantly ease tensions on the Korean Peninsula. But experts believe that an ongoing verification of compliance with the agreements will be necessary. South And North Korea presented themselves as “Korea” at some events at the 2018 Asian Games.  The cooperation extended to the film industry, with South Korea agreeing to screen North Korean films at the country`s local festival, while inviting several filmmakers from the latter.    In August 2018, families divided since the Korean War took place on Mount Kumgang in North Korea.  In September, at a summit with Moon in Pyongyang, Kim agreed to dismantle North Korea`s nuclear facilities if the United States opposed one another. In Pyongyang, an agreement entitled “Pyongyang Joint Declaration of September 2018” was signed by the two Korean leaders. The agreement provides for the withdrawal of landmines, guards, weapons and JSA personnel from both sides of the North Korean border.    They also agreed to create buffer zones at their borders to avoid collisions. The main ones are the Reconciliation, Non-Attack, Exchange and Cooperation Agreement (also known as the Basic Agreement) and the Joint Declaration on the Denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, both signed in 1991. However, this new agreement is more comprehensive and contains substantial measures that should allow for an effective de-escalation of tactical and operational contingencies between the two Korean militaries.
From Liberia to Northern Ireland, women have played an important role in peace agreements.