Published On: Fri, Mar 16th, 2018

Former US Envoy, North Korea Surprised Over Trump Agrees To Talks

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The United States President having agreed for talks with the North Koreans, surprised N-Korean authorities, while Trump will soon meet with senior leader Kim Jong Un, told the man who led American diplomatic efforts on the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea till his surprising retirement earlier this month.

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Joseph Y. Yun, who is former United States Special Representative for North Korea Policy, told media that Trump’s rapid convincing for discussions with North Korean leader, made little bit surprised them, as they have thought he will be taking time to reply.

Mr. Yun said by addressing to CNN’s Elise Labott in an exclusive dialog, although it is his first interview after quit from representative for North Korea policy, added he welcomes strategies for talks between both Kim and United States president, appears to be occur in this May.

The former United States Special Representative is personally encouraging the Trump’s verdict to launch talks at highest level, seems to be to turn at impressive results.

However, the current US president said yes previous week when the Korean Leader sent him an invitation for negotiations in hopes of securing complete denuclearization of North Korea.

Although the decision came out after South Korean and North Korean officials discussions at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in South Korea, took place at beginning of the current year.

Nevertheless, tensions on the peninsula had reached a peak before this diplomatic effort, as North Korea made testing progressively more sophisticated ballistic missiles.

These tests caused fire and fury from United States president and apparently new harsh sanctions by the international community, are possibly should have implemented on N-Korean.

Yun has performed obedient duties as the United States front man on North Korea for 16 months, previously for former President Barack Obama and now under Trump.

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