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North Korea’s state media, President Donald Trump highlighted concessions on war games, while the Singapore praised the summit with its leader Kim Jong-Un, and the US President, Reuters reported on Tuesday.
Trump raised eyebrows when he told reporters in Singapore to stop its intentions, the joint exercises. He called the exercises, expensive, and “very provocative” and “inappropriate.”
People look at the display of the local newspaper reporting on the meeting between the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Un and US President, Donald Trump, at a subway station in Pyongyang, North Korea Wednesday, 13 June, 2018.
(Kyodo News via AP)
“We’re not going to do the war games, as long as we negotiate, in good faith,” Trump told Fox News in an interview in Singapore, after he met with Kim Jong-Un.
North Korea has long objected to the exercises as a threat to security.
There was some confusion about the trump comment. It is drilling a large US-South Korean that due to the in August, reported Reuters.
U.S. forces in South Korea said they “went-to-date guidance for the implementation or termination of the exercises.”
The United States maintains about 28,500 soldiers in South Korea. By the way, Trump’s announcement, apparently, South Korea surprised the Korean President, Moon Jae-in of the government in Seoul.
“At this point, we need to know, President Trump the exact meaning or intentions,” according to a statement released by Moon ‘ s office, The Straits Times. “However, we think that it is vital to pursue various solutions for a better dialogue.”
The moon as a mediator, worked for months to help bring about the Trump-Kim summit, reports Reuters.
“Leave the dark days of the war and the conflict behind, we will write a new Chapter of peace and cooperation,” Moon said in a statement obtained by The times. “We will be there together with North Korea on the way.”
Trump also North Korea security guarantees offered.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
US President, Donald Trump is holding the document that he and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, signed in the Capella resort on Sentosa island on Tuesday, 12. June 2018 in Singapore.
Amy Lieu is a news editor and a reporter for Fox News.