North and South Korea's leaders have pledged to improve relations and resumed previously suspended communication channels between the two countries, per Reuters.
Details: South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un agreed to "restore mutual confidence and develop their relationships again as soon as possible," South Korea's Blue House spokesperson Park Soo Hyun said in a televised briefing, AP notes.
- This followed an exchange of letters between the two leaders since April.
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