Hostilities on the Korean peninsula ended on July 27, 1953, but the war didn’t.
The U.S., North Korea and China signed an armistice agreement designed to “insure a complete cessation of hostilities and of all acts of armed force in Korea until a final peaceful settlement is achieved,” according to the agreement.
Sixty-five years later, the war has never been officially declared over.
Now, though, North and South Korea are reportedly in talks to permanently end the war, daily newspaper Munhwa Ilbo reported Tuesday, according to CNBC.
Read more at the Daily Wire.