New Details Emerge About Peace Summit Between President Trump & Dictator Kim Jong Un
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has invited President Trump for a meeting, a U.S. official told Fox News Thursday.
FOX News reports:
South Korea is expected to announce Thursday night that North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is extending an invitation to meet with President Trump, a senior U.S. official revealed to Fox News.
South Korean National Security Adviser Chung Eui-yong will also announce an upcoming meeting between South Korean president Moon Jae-in and the North Korean leader, Fox News has learned.
There currently are no plans to change U.S.-South Korea military exercises nor is their a commitment by Kim Jong Un to stop his nuclear testing.
South Korean national security adviser: "[Kim] expressed his eagerness to meet President Trump as soon as possible. President Trump appreciated the briefing and said he would meet Kim Jong-un by May to achieve permanent denuclearization." https://t.co/4hFR3QVIoi pic.twitter.com/tlYuljdH7p
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President Trump has agreed to meet with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un by the month of May, says South Korean National Security Adviser Chung Eui-Yon.
New details have emerged concerning the peace summit between President Trump and Kim.
Business Times reports:
North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un wants to sign a peace treaty and establish diplomatic relations with the US, including allowing an embassy in Pyongyang, according to the Seoul-based Dong-A Ilbo newspaper, which cited an unidentified senior official with South Korea’s presidential office.
Mr Kim is likely to raise the possibility of a peace treaty as well as denuclearizing his country during a meeting with US President Donald Trump, the newspaper said, citing an official in the office of South Korean leader Moon Jae-in. […]
In a separate summit between Mr Kim and Mr Moon scheduled for next month, the North Korean leader is also expected to raise resuming cultural exchanges and reuniting separated families.
On Thursday, China’s foreign minister Wang Yi called on the U.S. and North Korea to hold diplomatic talks as soon as possible.
“History tells us that whenever tensions over the Korean peninsula subside, the situation will be clouded by various interferences,” Wang said in Beijing.
“We have now again come to a crucial moment for testing whether the parties involved are truly sincere in resolving the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue.”