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He had arrived at the Korean border for a meeting with Kim Jong-un

The Us president, Donald Trump, on Sunday morning, arrived at the end of the Korean demilitarized zone (DMZ) to a meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

The Us president was Saturday meeting with the South Korean president, Moon Jae-in. He has been out of order for the Japanese in Osaka, where he led the g-20 summit was well attended.

He had already known that he and Kim have an open mind for the meeting. He called Kim on Saturday, via Twitter, to get him to meet you at the border.

It will be the third meeting between the two leaders in little more than a year’s time. The last time was four months ago, in Vietnam, in Hanoi. This meeting resulted in nothing, and was even prematurely.

“A handshake means a lot’

Moon, from Korea He travelled to the border region. A North Korean company, which tours to the DMZ, organizing, says that the area from the North Korean side has been shut down.

Moon did not call the meeting, in advance of an important moment in time. Along with the US, South Korea and North Korea, among others, waiver of all of its nuclear weapons. The negotiations between North Korea and south Korea, the US will put an end to North Korea’s nuclear weapons programme but not sure.

“I look forward to serving ‘hello’ to him to say,” said He. It’s, of course, there is always a chance that it won’t continue, but it seems that our teams will look like in advance. We want to make it very easy for him. It will, however, be very short. Just to shake hands, but that’s okay. A handshake means a lot.”

The president’s helicopter, Marine One, on board the American president, when He will depart from Seoul towards the demilitarized zone for a meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

The first meeting between the U.S. and south Korea ” s at the border since 1953

It all happened 66 years ago, the last time that representatives of the three countries are to meet at the Korean border. On the 27th of July, 1953, at which place, after a three-year truce concluded at the end of the Korean War. At that time, it was determined that there was a demarcation line was a demilitarized zone.

The boundary is roughly along the 38th degree of latitude on the Korean peninsula.

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