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Trump: the North-Korea summit would be great for the world
President Trump addresses forging ahead with plans to have a meeting with Kim Jong-Un happens.
President Donald Trump on Saturday said talks on a possible summit meeting with North Korea, “very good,” only a few days after he canceled next month expected to meet with the rogue nation.
“We are doing very well in terms of the summit with North Korea,” Trump said in the White house after greeting the home-Joshua Holt, the return to the USA on Saturday, after he was incarcerated in a Venezuelan prison. “Looks like it’s going together very well.”
President Trump welcomes Joshua Brings home
Trump said that meetings were ongoing and they were still “looking at 12. June in Singapore, this has not changed.”
He added that, if “it would be a great thing,” if you “successfully in the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.”
NORTH AND SOUTH KOREAN LEADERS MEET FOR THE SECOND TIME IN A MONTH
The President of the remarks followed a surprise meeting between North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in, the pair agreed their countries would have “high level talks” in the next month, and Kim “expressed his firm” about the meeting with Trump, according to Yonhap News.
On Sunday, the moon, told reporters that Kim is committed to meeting with Trump and to a “complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula,” the Associated Press reported.
Moon said he assured Kim that Trump has to initiate a “firm determination” to the end of hostile relations with North Korea and economic cooperation, if Kim implemented a “complete denuclearization.”
To discuss the two Korean leaders met on the North Korean side of the demilitarized zone in the village of Panmunjom, the peace commitments during their historic first summit last month. They also allegedly spoke “openly” about how you could make a potential summit between Kim and trump is a success.
The meeting came hours after South Korea relief expressed over the revived talks for a summit meeting between Trump and Kim after a whirlwind 24 hours that saw the U.S. President to cancel the meeting.
“Kim Jong-un would like to thank Moon Jae-in for much trouble from him for the DPRK-US summit scheduled for June 12, and pressed his festival on the historic North Korea-US summit talks,” Yonhap reported, citing the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA). “Kim Jong-un Moon Jae said, in to a positive cooperation with each other, how to improve North Korea-U.S. relations and establish a mechanism for permanent and lasting peace.”
TRUMP Welcomes the STATEMENT FROM North Korea SAYS TALKS aimed at re-setting SUMMIT ‘PRODUCTIVE’
The leaders of the neighboring countries said they would hold “discussions at the highest level” to 1. June and also promised to meet “frequently in the future, the dialogue fleets and pool the wisdom and efforts, with the expression of their joint efforts for the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula,” Yonhap reported.
We have very productive talks with North Korea on the re-introduction of the summit, which, if it happens, probably still in Singapore on the same date, June 12., and, if necessary, be extended beyond that date.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) may 26, 2018
The talks between North and South Korea, it was first to be carried out, earlier this month, until it was called off by the North, citing military exercises carried out by the South and the United States
Before Kim and Moon meet, Trump proposed that his summit with North Korea may still continue.
“We have very productive talks with North Korea on the re-introduction of the summit, which, if it happens, probably still in Singapore on the same date, June 12., and, if necessary, be extended beyond this point in time,” Trump tweeted.
Fox News’ Kathleen Joyce, and the Associated Press contributed to this report.