After summit, South Korea plots 'roadmap' for Trump's meeting with Kim Jong Un
Updated : April 28, 2018 02:20 PM IST
What that change of tone means for the prospect of long-term peace on the peninsula is still an open question. Analysts say South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will have to nurture the reduced tensions into concrete moves.
Sceptics view Kim's overtures as a duplicitous attempt to buy time, while others argue any real peace deal requires talking to the North Koreans.
"This summit was just spadework, preparation for the North Korea-U.S. summit to happen in the near future," said Kim Seung-hwan, a senior associate at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies. "That is the main game."
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