South Korea calls on the UN to oversee the closure of the North Korean nuclear test facility
South Korea believes that UN support will help improve inter-Korean relations and the success of the upcoming China-US summit.

President-elect Mon Jai called on the United Nations to oversee the closure of North Korea's nuclear testing facility as planned by the North.


According to President Moon Jay-en, a half-hour telephone conversation with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to exchange views on the results of the inter-Korean summit. Tuesday in the battle village of Ban Mun Diem on 27/4 last.

During the phone conversation, President Jim Jay informed UN Secretary-General Kim Jong-un of the announcement of the closure of the nuclear testing site at Bongira. South Korean President Guterres urged UN officials to monitor and confirm the closure of the nuclear test site.

The South Korean president also called on the UN Secretary-General to support and support the Panamanian declaration reached between the South Korean president and the North Korean leader on April 27. To end the war and bring peace to the Korean peninsula.

UN support will help improve inter-Korean relations and the success of the upcoming US-China summit.

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