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The two Koreas agreed to sign a peace treaty formally later this year, ending the six-decades-old war between the two countries
According to North Korean state media, the country has slammed the United States for claiming that Washington's sanctions on Pyongyang and political pressure on the Kim Jong-Un regime led North Korea to the negotiating table.
A North Korean foreign ministry spokesperson noted that such claims are dangerous and may pose threat to the budding peace and reconciliation process in the Korean peninsula.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in held their historic summit in Panmunjom last week.
In a joint declaration after the talks, the two leaders officially inaugurated a document formally called the 'Panmunjom Declaration for Peace, Prosperity and Unification on the Korean Peninsula'.
The two Koreas agreed to sign a peace treaty formally later this year, ending the six-decades-old war between the two countries.
The South Korean President is also slated to visit Pyongyang later this year, according to a statement released by his presidential office.
Kim Jong-Un on April 21 announced to suspend its nuclear tests and inter-continental ballistic missile (ICBM) tests.
Kim and President Donald Trump are also expected to meet later this month or in early June.
(With inputs from agencies)