Earlier on Tuesday, Kim and Trump met for an historic summit in Singapore. The two leaders held one-on-one talks, which were followed by consultations in an expanded format and a working lunch. Following the negotiations, the two leaders signed a document, which consisted of four main pillars implying new US-North Korean relations, Pyongyang’s demilitarization, joint work for the sake of peace on the Korean Peninsula and recovering the remains of prisoners of war and soldiers who went missing in action.
“From the beginning we got along,” Trump told journalists at the press conference following the meeting.
“It’s my honor to address to the people of the world following this historic summit,” Donald Trump told to the press. “I’m glad to deliver this message of peace.”
“I want to thank Chairman Kim for the step toward a bright future. Chairman Kim is a very honest, direct and productive man,” the US president said.
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“We’ve entered a glorious new era of security and prosperity,” Mr. Trump added.
Korean War Will End
The president also expressed hopes that the Korean War would officially end soon. “Now we can have hope that it will soon end and it will, it will soon end,” Trump said adding that “yesterday’s war should not be tomorrow’s war.”
“We agreed to implement our agreement as soon as possible,” Donald Trump told reporters, adding that Kim Jong-un has a strong intention…