Donald Trump and Kim Chen Yun arrived in Hanoi, Vietnam, for a second summit full of spectacle – despite the lack of specific details of what is ahead.
The US president is expected to force North Korea's leader to abandon his nuclear ambitions, while giving the nation the chance to become one of the world's biggest economic powers if it abandons its weapons.
The North rejects such demands unless the United States wants to eliminate its military forces. from South Korea. The disagreement led to continued severe sanctions against the Kim regime and – sometimes – in tense confrontations between the two leaders.
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one day, more exclusive, analyzes and extras. In Hanoi, soldiers, police and international journalists rushed to the streets, his hotel and hundreds of living citizens stood behind the barricades , hoping to see the North Korean leader. As the flags of the three sides glittered in gloomy dew, dozens of cameras lit up and some citizens screamed and used their cell phones to catch the arrival of Kim's rock star.
I like it, local resident Van Dung Lou, who works in a nearby bank, Kim said. "He is very young and very interesting. And he's very strong, "she said. "Trump is not young, but I think he's very strong."
Kim leaves his congressional hotel and spends Tuesday, traveling through the Vietnamese capital in his armored limousine. With a staff squad, he visits parts of Hanoi, including the embassy of his nation, where there is a strong enthusiasm when he enters the complex.