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Chinese President Xi and Kim Jong-Un to a meeting in North Korea; Greg Palkot reports.
Mike Pompeo, the US Secretary of state, on Sunday confirmed reports that President Trump sent North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un, in a letter which was described by Kim in foreign reports as “excellent.”
The White house has claimed that it would continue the dialogue with Pyongyang. Kim trump has sent a birthday letter at the beginning of this month.
Last February, Trump and Kim was widely seen as a mistake, met in Vietnam for a summit. Trump abruptly went to the time and said he was not ready to make to Kim, the conditions for the lifting of all sanctions, without the backup of a meaningful commitment to denuclearization.
Trump has used sanctions as an important tool in international diplomacy, and not just limited to North Korea. He has just announced, “large” new sanctions against Iran after Tehran’s provocative attack on an unmanned Navy drone and alleged attacks on two oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz.
“I can confirm that the letter was sent,” said Pompeo. He went further to what was reported in the stars, but North Korea’s state news Agency, that Kim “seriously consider” its contents.
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Analysts told the AP that the gesture for the sending of letters is part of the North Korean efforts to present Kim as a legitimate international state of man, is reasonable and negotiate solutions and services. Because the weight of formality, the offer, Kim see may personal letters as an important way of communication with the leaders of the countries of the North never had a close relationship, they say.
The Associated Press contributed to this report