Armistice meeting between North and South Korea.The 365th Military Armistice Commission meeting held in Panmunjom. The Armistice Agreement signed on July 27, 1953, brought a cease-fire to the Korean War. The agreement also facilitated the establishment of the Military Armistice Commission, an agency to supervise implementation of the truce terms. Meetings of MAC representatives from the United Nations Command and the Korean People's Army/Chinese People's Volunteers are held at the Joint Security Area, an 800 meter-wide enclave, roughly circular in shape, that bisects the Military Demarcation Line separating South and North Korea. The JSA is often called the "Truce Village," but is best known worldwide as Panmunjom, a village which was destroyed in the war but gained lasting fame as the site where the Armistice Agreement was negotiated, even though it was actually signed by the opposing commanders, General Mark W. Clark, Commander- in-Chief, UNC, at Munsan south of the DMZ and by Marshal Kim Il Sung, KPA Supreme Commander, and Peng Teh-huai, Commander, CPV, at Kaesong in the north.