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The seperation of the Korean Peninsula, North Korea and South Korea happened after the world war 2 in 1945, when the Soviet Union supported the North and the United States supported the South during the cold war. The Korean War lasted 3 years in 1950 to 1953, leaving the separation of the North and the South. Isolated globally, it saw nuclear weapons as its only deterrent against a world it believed was seeking to destroy it.

Under third-generation North Korean leader Kim, the reclusive state has conducted its most powerful nuclear test, launched its first-ever intercontinental ballistic missile and threatened to send missiles into the waters near the U.S. territory of Guam. Since 2011, Kim has fired more than 90 missiles and conducted four nuclear weapons tests, which is more than what his father, Kim Jong Il, and grandfather, Kim Il Sung, launched over a period of 27 years.

In 2017, The Supreme Leader announced that North Korea has entered “the final stage of preparation” of test launching an intercontinental ballistic missile. He also stated that they finally come to realized it’s dream of being the state nuclear force.  But although Pyongyang has launched its longest range missile to date and conducted its sixth nuclear test this year –a possible hydrogen bomb– the US is not so sure. The US military planners already assumed that the North Korea can land a missile in the US, which could be the threatening to the world and could be the start of another war. 

In April, both of the Korea’s leaders met and agreed to find ways to end the Korean War. They also said that they would denuclearized the Peninsula, without agreeing what that meant. Pyongyang ordered a halt to tests, freed US detainees and destroyed its nuclear research site. Then, in June 12, the United State’s leader, Donald Trump set a summit in Singapore, and Kim Jong Un reiterated his commitment to denuclearization. But observers said the document the pair signed did not explain the details. Previous attempts to negotiate aid-for-disarmament deals have failed.

We are all apart of the United Nation’s countries, as a citizen we have the rights to raise our voices to help solve the world’s conflict. We can just simply sign this petition as a part of the world’s citizen to end the nuclear threats of North Korea. As a global citizen, we deserve to know further information of the agreements between the US, North and South Korea regarding the denuclearization, since there is no further details of the summit. By signing this, the government will know that we totally support the denuclearization of the North Korea, helping the South Korea and the United States and also to know the updates and detail informations regarding the summit.