North and South Korean Leaders to Meet In Pyongyang
North and South Korean officials say their leaders will meet in North Korea's capital, Pyongyang, in September.
The announcement followed high-level talks between representatives of both sides on Monday. Officials met in Panmunjom, the neutral village in the border area that separates the two Koreas.
In their statement, the officials did not include a date for the meeting between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
Kim and Moon met in April for the first time in Panmunjom. In May, they met there again. Moon will become the first South Korean leader to visit Pyongyang if the September meeting takes place.
Next month's planned meeting continues a series of diplomatic moves between the two Koreas.
Tensions between the sides eased when Kim accepted Moon's offer for North Koreans to take part in the Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang in February. That helped lead to historic talks between Kim and American President Donald Trump in June. The two leaders met and signed an agreement in Singapore.
The agreement included a promise from North Korea to "work toward" denuclearization of the Korea Peninsula.
I'm Caty Weaver.