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Trump, Kim Jong-Un, the Singapore summit: 5 agreements of the heads of state and heads of government at their first meeting

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President Trump and the North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un met in Singapore in June for a historic summit and the signing of an agreement to write to the “development of a sustainable and robust peace regime” on the Korean Peninsula.

“We are ready for a new story, and we are ready to begin a new Chapter between our Nations,” Trump said at a press conference.

“Peace is always worth the effort,” he said. “Everyone can fight, but only the brave can make peace.”

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As the leaders prepare to for the second time in Vietnam this week, a look back on five agreements Trump and Kim has to throw up during your first ride.

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Trump and Kim, signed a document promising to work for the “complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.”

Trump later told Fox News that he thought Kim would immediately begin to dismantle its nuclear program “practical.”

“I just think that we are now beginning the process of denuclearization of North Korea, and I think he goes back and it will start almost immediately,” Trump said. “And he’s already hinted at, and you look at what he has done.”

TO LOOK LIKE NORTH KOREA’S NUCLEAR WEAPONS PROGRAM HAS CHANGED WITH EACH OF THE KIM REGIME

“His country to be de-pushed said, and he understood that he understood, that he will fight” Trump.

At a press conference, the President said he understood it would take “a long time, the complete denuclearization,” but to push, he promised to remove North Korea, their weapons quickly, as it “can be mechanically and physically” to be done.

Trump also said Kim is going to destroy a “big” missile Test-site “very soon” an agreement, they came after the signing of the document.

Human rights violations

The peak came almost a year after Otto and warm beer, a 22-year-old college student, died after he was arrested again in the United States, The University of Virginia student, in January 2016 for allegedly a propaganda to steal posters and sentenced to 15 months in prison. While imprisoned, he fell into a coma.

“Otto has not died in vain,” Trump said in Singapore.

Trump told reporters after the meeting that he had human rights with Kim to discuss, if only briefly. Prior to the summit, it was reported that the U.S. delegation, including the President, would avoid the hermit Kingdom to the long list of human rights violations.

Before the summit, Vice President Mike Pence said he warm beer the father had spoken, and promised him that his son “didn’t die in vain.”

Recovery of American soldiers

President Trump and the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Un, signed an agreement for the recovery of the remains of American soldiers, as well as the immediate repatriation of those who have already been identified.
(AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Trump said that the remains of U.S. soldiers killed in the Korean war will be brought home. Almost 7,800 U.S. soldiers were listed as missing or unaccounted for since the Korean war. Around 5,300 of these people were lost in North Korea.

Both Kim and Trump signed an agreement for the recovery of the remains of American soldiers, as well as the immediate repatriation of those who have already been identified.

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This effort is the continuation of the last missions that ended abruptly more than a decade ago in the midst of North Korea’s increasingly hostile development of nuclear weapons. The missions, which ended when the security of the American recovery teams could not be guaranteed.

Trump said the end of the Korean war, which is not formally yet expired, it “could happen soon”.

“We would be delighted if we could get more remains turned to us. But there was no discussion …”

— Dr. John Byrd

In August, North Korea 55 boxes that were allegedly found the remains of U.S. service members included, although the officials said it would be years, if not, to the identification of the individual identities.returned

“This 55 the stage for more to come,” Richard Downes, whose father, Air Force Lt. Hal Downes, is the Korean war are missing, said.

But officials say there is no more progress since then.

“We would be delighted if we could get more remains turned to us. But there was no discussion … since we received 55 boxes,” Dr. John Byrd, the chief scientist charged with investigating the remains, said in an interview with Fox News.

At the end of South Korean exercises

Trump promised to stop the annual U.S.-South Korean military drills and said he planned to get rid of the 28,500 American troops in the South as a deterrent against a North Korean attack.

“I want our soldiers back home,” Trump, although he added that it is “part of the equation is now correct.”

“We will stop play the war, this saves us a tremendous amount of money, as long as we said in the future negotiations to see together, as it should be,” Trump. “But we have a huge amount of money to save. Plus, I think it is very provocative.”

NORTH KOREA AGREES TO FULL DENUCLEARIZATION OF THE KOREAN PENINSULA,” ACCORDING TO TRUMP-KIM SUMMIT

Annual military exercises between Washington and Seoul were a major source of dispute between the Korea’s for years. U.S. forces in South Korea said it has “received no updated guidance for the implementation or termination of the training exercises” and will continue to work together with South Korean partners and maintain the current posture, until it receives an updated guide from the Department of defense, or the Indo-Pacific-command.

Sanctions remain

President Trump said sanctions against North Korea will remain for now.
(Kevin Lim/The Straits Times via AP)

Trump said that sanctions against North Korea would remain in force. They are removed when the U.S. can no longer be sure that nuclear weapons are “a factor,” he said.

He also said the United States had planned, some 300 additional sanctions against North Korea in front of the first summit, but he decided to keep, as it would have been “disrespectful.”

Fox News’ Lukas Mikelionis and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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