North and South Korea held military talks for the first time in over a decade on Thursday. Two-star generals from both countries met at the border village of Panmunjom in the DMZ to followup on April's successful meeting of North and South leaders.
The meeting comes just two days after Trump proclaimed that the U.S. and South Korea will stop the "expensive" and "provocative" war games in the Korean peninsula.
The two nations were supposed to meet last month, but talks were called off after the North protested U.S.-South Korean air combat exercises. The recent summit between Trump and Kim has eased relations considerably though, and the two sides now say they will do a better job of communicating with each other.
The two sides are expected to discuss establishing a hotline for quick communication between the two militaries.