Donald Trump To Meet Kim Jong Un In Singapore

Washington has released the news on Thursday that U.S. President Donald Trump will meet Kim Jong Un of North Korea on 12th June. The meeting is to be held in Singapore and this will be the first time a meeting between the leaders of these two nations is held.

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Donald Trump To Meet Kim Jong Un In Singapore
Donald Trump To Meet Kim Jong Un In Singapore
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The most anticipated meeting between two superpowers of the world has finally been confirmed. Last week the news of North Korea’s Kim and South Korea’s leader meeting for the first time was the main headline with many debating if it will ever happen. The United States played the mediator and initiated the steps to make them both meet to discuss the details of Nuclear testing by Korea.

Washington has released the news on Thursday that U.S. President Donald Trump will meet Kim Jong Un of North Korea on 12th June. The meeting is to be held in Singapore and this will be the first time a meeting between the leaders of these two nations is held.

Trump took to Twitter to let the whole world know –

“The highly anticipated meeting between Kim Jong Un and myself will take place in Singapore on June 12th. We will both try to make it a very special moment for World Peace!”.

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This meeting is expected to bring about a lot of changes to North Korea’s nuclear weapon testing and development. This is a very sensitive topic and for years been the most heated argument between Washington and Pyongyang.
South Korea had hinted Washington about Kim’s interest in sitting for a meeting with their president. The confirmation of this summit came into very being after Kim released three Americans held captive by the Korean government. After the safe arrival of the Americans on the U.S. military base outside Washington, Trump made the statement. He told the news reporters that since Korea’s Kim wanted to extend his hand to bring about a change and let Korea into the real world he was very much looking forward to their meeting.

“I think we have a very good chance of doing something very meaningful,” Trump said. “My proudest achievement will be – this is part of it – when we denuclearize that entire peninsula.” Trump is under the impression that Kim will accept to concede missile testing and will resort to temporary termination of nuclear activities until a worldwide summit takes place.