in the vicinityVideoOne year after the summit in Singapore, where things stand with North Korea?
The former intelligence officer Don Bramer on relations between the United States and North Korea.
President Trump on Friday raised the possibility of meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, while in South Korea, tweeted in the next couple of days, to meet that he is willing to put Kim on the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea.
“After a couple of very important meetings, including my meeting with President Xi in China, I’m going to Japan, South Korea (President of the moon),” the President left tweeted on Friday. “While it sees if the Chairman Kim of North Korea, I would meet him, to shake him at the border/DMZ straight and his hand and say Hello(?)!”
The President, already overseas at the G20 summit in Japan to arrival in South Korea on Saturday.
NORTH KOREA’S LEADER RECEIVED A “VERY GOOD” LETTER FROM TRUMP
There is no public meeting between Washington and Pyongyang have been meeting since the end of the Vietnam summit between the two leading to the beginning of this year. But the prospects for a resumption of U.S.-North Korean diplomacy has brightened, as Trump and Kim exchanged recently, personal letters. Trump called Kim’s letter “beautiful”, while Kim Trump’s described as “excellent”, if the contents of your letters were not disclosed.
Despite the stalled nuclear negotiations, both Trump and Kim their personal relationship to describe as well. When asked whether Kim’s recent letter included a mention about the other summit, Trump said recently, “Maybe there’s also was.”
In yet another reminder that North Korea’s mistrust of the continuing to the United States to the foreign Ministry Wednesday said earlier it is the devotion to the US-led sanctions, and accused Washington of trying “to bring us to our knees.”
Kim said North Korea will try a “new way” if the United States to continue with sanctions and pressure.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.