South Korean President supported the demand of the DPRK to conclude a peace Treaty

TOKYO, 19 Jul — RIA Novosti. The President of South Korea, moon Jae-In has long supported the proposal of the DPRK to conclude a peace Treaty instead of the armistice agreement, speaking on Thursday in Seoul, the heads of local media.

“We need to put an end to the continuing 65 years of the ceasefire and through the Declaration of the end of the war to move to conclude a peace Treaty,” said moon Jae-In.

The text of his speech in the Korean language posted on the website of the presidential administration of the Republic of Korea.

After the Korean war of 1950-1953, North Korea and U.S. are technically at war, since among them only signed an armistice agreement. All attempts of Pyongyang to conclude a Treaty of peace Washington has rejected, keeping in South Korea its troops, whose number now exceeds 28 thousand people.