Beijing_ The leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), Kim Jong-un, closed today his third visit to China with the ratification of the commitment made to denuclearize the peninsula through a mechanism that also promotes peace, Prensa Latina reports.

Kim returned to the Asian giant in less than three months to once again talk with President Xi Jinping, which also shows his interest in further strengthening bilateral relations.

In official talks, the North Korean leader informed Xi about the details of his summit last June 12 in Singapore with the president of the United States, Donald Trump.

In his opinion, the meeting produced positive results that agree with the interests of those involved in the Korean conflict and the expectations of the international community.

"If the two sides can implement the consensus of the summit step by step and in a solid manner, the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula will open a new and important perspective," Kim said.

The DPRK leader considered China's role as important in the process and reiterated his willingness to work with Beijing and other key actors to design and implement a lasting and solid peace mechanism.

Xi Jinping, in turn, praised Kim's meeting with Trump and all his efforts since early 2018 to put an end to the tensions through dialogue and consultations, which he said is the most appropriate way.

However, he insisted on the importance of putting into practice the consensus reached by Pyongyang and Washington, if they really want to solve the Korean crisis once and for all.

Therefore, he urged both governments to cooperate with each other and work together to translate the Singapore agreements into firm facts.

The Chinese president also applauded Kim's decision to focus on the economic progress of his country and the development of the socialist cause, which he defined as the entry of the DPRK to a new stage in history.

At that point, he reiterated Beijing's support for improving the quality of life of the people and its increasing strategy in accordance with national conditions.

Xi and Kim also talked about taking bilateral ties to a higher level and agreed that the three visits of the North Korea's leader to China demonstrate the importance of communication on both a partisan and governmental level.

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