Pyongyang: South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un signed an agreement at the end of their summit talks here on Wednesday.
The agreement was signed at a ceremony held at the North`s state guesthouse Paekhwawon and broadcast live in Seoul.
Details of the agreement signed by the leaders were not immediately available, Yonhap news agency reported.
Yoon Young-chan, Moon`s top press secretary, earlier said the two leaders would hold a joint press conference to announce the outcome of their third bilateral summit, which began on Tuesday.
The countries also signed a fresh military agreement that is widely believed to be aimed at further reducing tension between the divided Koreas.
Details of the military agreement, signed by the countries` defence chiefs, were also not available.