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President Trump is true to the historic meeting with North Korea
Trump says he will meet Kim Jong-Un in may. Heritage Foundation senior fellow James Carafano reacts to ‘Fox & Friends First.’
Kim Jong Un, the belligerent North Korean leader, hopes a peace agreement, after the upcoming meeting with President Donald Trump, the provisionally set at may, Bloomberg reported, citing a South Korean report.
Dong-A Ilbo, South Korea’s national newspaper, spoke with an unknown, a senior official of President Moon Jae-in’s office, said Kim is likely to be the possibility of peace, increase of the Treaty.
The report said, Kim is also likely to voice his desire to establish diplomatic relations with the United States and consideration of nuclear disarmament, the report said.
The regime said the peace Treaty to end the more than 60-year-old ceasefire between the two sides and for the protection of its sovereignty, Koh Yu-hwan, who teaches North Korean studies at Dongguk University in Seoul, the outlet.
“Open it up was the agreement between the United States and North Korea, the discussion on a peace Treaty, but they never came,” Koh said. “The United States wants a peace Treaty at the end of the denuclearization process, while for the North, it is the prerequisite for the denuclearization.”
The peace Treaty topics, such as the U.S. military presence in South Korea, and the continuing need to would military exercises aimed at fighting the North and its threat in the region.
Trump last week accepted a meeting with Kim, probably sometime in may – but the most important details of the conversation are yet to be decided.
The deal with North Korea is very much in the making and will, when finished, a very good for the world. The time and place to be determined.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 10, 2018
Despite speculation of a possible denuclearization, it is still widely believed that Kim will insist, will keep some nuclear weapons as a deterrent – a proposal, of the digest, perhaps too hard for the trump administration, came out against the nuclear North Korea in any shape or form.
Kim might also suggest give you a full report on the North’s current arsenal of nuclear weapons, and allows international verification, as soon as the denuclearization process takes hold, said Choi Kang, vice president of Seoul’s Asan Institute for Policy Studies.
Add to this that the North could offer Korea trump the release of several U.S. citizens, currently imprisoned in the country.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @Lukas mikelionis.