File photo: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un talks with South Korean delegation, who travelled as envoys of the South's President Moon Jae-in, during a dinner in Pyongyang.
North Korea is open to denuclearisation if the safety of Kim Jong Un’s regime is guaranteed, a South Korean official said Tuesday.
South Korea’s special envoy Chung Eui-Yong told reporters of the regime’s new stance after returning to Seoul from Pyongyang.
The comments came hours after a South Korean delegation led by Mr Chung returned from a visit to the North, where they met North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
North Korea and South Korea will hold a summit at the end of April along the border, Chung said.
The envoy also said Kim was willing to hold frank denuclearisation talks with the US.