South Korean President Moon Jae-in has given new comments following Saturday’s surprise summit with Kim Jong-un, saying the two agree about wanting to see the Kim-Trump summit happen as planned on June 12. President Trump cancelled the summit last week, but has since suggested it may happen after all.
Moon says Kim reiterated to him his support for a deal on Korea-wide denuclearization, as well as a commitment to meet President Trump. South Korea was instrumental in getting the Trump-Kim summit set up in the first place.
Trump’s abrupt cancellation was, according to some South Korean analysts, something of an insult to Moon, who was not informed ahead of time. It makes sense, then, for Moon to be leading the push to save the summit.
This was Kim and Moon’s second summit in the past two months, and both were extremely successful. The two Korean leaders have agreed to seek a peace deal to end the Korean War, which began in 1950. The US has endorsed those efforts, though it is expected that this will be tied heavily to denuclearization.
6 thoughts on “Moon: Kim Remains Committed to Summit, Denuclearization”
Smarter to ignore trump and the American idiocracy. Guys , make the peace and send a memo to fox n friends. ….
Send the memo to Nancy Pelosi, too…………..
Also, send an eviction notice to the 38,000 US troops stationed there. It’s OK, they’ll be needed in Syria and Iran.
Kim Jong-un, by joining fascist S.Korea, to betray China? And by getting rid of all of his missiles and nuclear weapons, giving up on both communism and socialism?
Is it a MUST for N.Koreans? Can China and Russia do anything to stop Kim from the possible betrayal of his dad and grand-dad?
Long story short: American influence is dead as disco.
Unlike other US-signed treaties, this one should be publicized far and wide so ordinary folk can have some sense that the US and the Korean principals are complying in subsequent weeks.
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