Inter-Korean relations have forever been an ongoing issue since the division of North Korea and South Korea at the end of World War II in 1945.
The two nations have been in conflict for many years, till the first Inter-Korean Summit, which took place in Pyongyang from June 13 to June 15, 2000. It was the first time the two leaders came together, and consequently, acknowledged the issues awaiting to be resolved, and realized the source of the problems arising lies within the lack of communication. To date, five such meetings have taken place. The sixth meeting will be held in Samsun, between the dates of April 10-12.
So, in this conference, the main objective will be to achieve eternal peace among these two countries through finding the most valid and eligible solutions for the issues regarding both internal and external affairs.
Agenda Item: Reunification of the Korean Peninsula
Under Secretary General: Yasemin Aydın