|near the summit||山頂近く|
|reach the summit||山頂に到達する|
|reached the summit||山頂に達した|
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Under a military agreement signed at a 2018 summit between President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, the two sides agreed on the joint use of the Han River estuary along their western border and conducted a joint waterway research.