The Korean war which began on June 25, 1950 may at long last be coming to an official end.
A South Korean official made it public knowledge that the South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may issue a joint statement at a summit next week formally ending the war which has officially been on hiatus since a ceasefire was agreed in July 1953.
This would be one the greatest and most historic diplomatic achievement of any U.S President for Donald Trump, whose policy of strength coupled with a willingness to seek more friendly relations has payed off in one of the worlds most dangerous flash points.
North Korea also recently suggested to the U.S that it may be willing to cease its nuclear weapons programme, something unthinkable before the Trump administration.
President Trump is set to meet with the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un next month.