North Korean leader Kim Jong-un recently met with South Korean President Moon Jae-In in Seoul on Wednesday, where they discussed the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. Kim Jong-un later said he wants to meet with US President Donald Trump in a second summit to finalize the promises.
A White House aide said, “That’s what we’re talking about”, hinting that a full denuclearization of North Korea is on the horizon. The meeting between the two Korea’s can be seen as a way to hasten North Korea’s denuclearization promises, and Donald Trump is more than willing to meet with Kim Jong-un once again in the coming months.
A White House official said, “Talking to foreign leaders is better than not talking with foreign leaders, and the president has been firm with everybody on this.”
The National Security Council has already been discussing suitable locations for a second summit after the June summit in Singapore.
President Moon Jae-In confirmed Kim Jong-un’s words about wanting a second summit after their rare one on one meeting earlier in the week, and White House officials commented on Thursday that the hope was already in motion for the summit to take place, concluding in the rules for a full denuclearization of North Korea. Anonymity of the meeting location and its topics of discussion will be safeguarded.
Moon Jae-In said in the recent press conference in Seoul, “Chairman Kim expressed his wish that he wanted to complete denuclearization quickly and focus on economic development.”
“He said he hoped Mike Pompeo would visit North Korea soon, and also a second summit with Trump would take place in the near future, in order to move the denuclearization process along quickly.”
Washington D.C. have demanded a concrete and full disclosure of North Korea’s nuclear and missile facilities, before agreeing to Pyongyang’s key goals in any agreement, including an easing of international sanctions and an end to the Korean war, which is well under way.
“It would be a political declaration that would mark a starting point for peace negotiations” said Moon Jae-In.
President Donald Trump tweeted on Tuesday, “Kim Jong-un has agreed to allow nuclear inspections, subject to final negotiations, and to permanently dismantle a test site and launch pad in the presence of international experts. In the meantime there will be no Rocket or Nuclear testing.”
Finalising his tweet with that the two Korea’s will “file a joint bid to host the 2032 Olympics. Very exciting!”
It seems that all is going well for negotiations, and with a second summit between Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on the way, it’s yet another sucker punch to the cabal and lying anti-Trump mainstream news media.
A second summit between Trump and Jong-un signifies progress, and meeting their targets for peace and denuclearization, in an unprecedented piece of modern-day history.
Story by The Narrator
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