The Ministry of External Affairs said in a press release, "We hope that such engagement will help in reducing tensions and pave the way for lasting peace and reconciliation in the Korean Peninsula."
The statement added, "We hope that all efforts to find a resolution of the Korean Peninsula issue will also include addressing concerns about the proliferation linkages of DPRK's nuclear and missile programme."
North-South Korea conducted a historic inter-Korean summit on Friday. They formally signed a bilateral peace treaty ending the six-decades-old war between the two countries.
The two Koreas also agreed to achieve "complete denuclearisation" on the Korean Peninsula.
Earlier in the day, North Korea announced its plan to shut down its Punggye-ri nuclear site by May. (ANI)