President Donald Trump met with North Korean leader Kim Chen Un, on Wednesday, February 27, 2019 in Hanoi.
Evan Vouchi President Donald Trump proposed to meet Kim Qun Wen of North Korea in the demilitarized zone that separates the communist dictatorship from South Korea after finalizing talks at the G20 summit in Japan.
Trump said he would meet Kim on the North-South border just to shake his hand and say hello (?)! plans to meet with Chinese President Jinping in order to discuss the trade tensions between Beijing and Washington. He must visit South Korea after the summit
Before going to Asia, Trump sent a letter to Kim. The White House has confirmed that correspondence between the two leaders continues, despite the collapse of the summit in Vietnam in February.
The White House or North Korea did not provide details of the contents of this letter.
State Secretary Mike Pompeo, however, said that relations between the United States and North Korea are in a better place, "and expressed the hope that work-level negotiations with Pyongyang could soon begin again.
"I hope this will provide a good basis for us to start continuing these important discussions with the North Koreans to destroy the peninsula," Pompeo said last weekend. two summits, first in Singapore and most recently in Vietnam, in an attempt to get North Korea to drop its nuclear weapons program. North Korea has called for sanctions, while Trump has given Kim a note asking him to surrender his nuclear weapons. White House National Security Advisor John Bolton said Pyongyang had violated a US Security Council resolution.
Trump, however, downplayed these tests and expressed confidence that the two sides could still reach an agreement, saying Kim would not break his promises.