Published On: Fri, Mar 9th, 2018

Trump Accepts Kim Jong-Un’s Invitation For Negotiation Over Nuclear Program

The United States president Donald Trump has accepted the invitation of North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un for talks over its nuclear program, as well an audacious diplomatic proposal that will have brought together two strong-minded, special rulers as both have given conflict threats each other in past.


Nonetheless, the invitation is sent by a South Korean official, Chung Eui-yong, hence US president agreed to meet with Mr. Kim within coming two months, the White House told media reporters.

Mr. Chung said in his statement on Thursday at the White House after the sunset conference with Trump that Mr. Kim has expressed great excitement to sit along with President Trump as soon as possible.Added saying US president has agreed to meet North Korean leader by May to get enduring denuclearization.

The United States president has also shown his interest to get together with Kim in a post on Twitter, demonstrating made conversation concerning denuclearization with the South Korean representatives, not just a freeze.

On other side, the meeting is being planned, though Trump has set a condition that missile testing will not be occurred during this time period.

Although sanctions continue until a deal is reached, enormous development being carried out, said Trump in his speech.

Chung considered that Kim also made public that he gets that combined army exercises with US and South Korea will be taking ahead as planned after the Paralympic Games’ end this month.

Although according to US president to meet with Kim, a senior leader who has given war threats to its nation with great fury and fire that appears to be spectacular gamble of something bizarre.

There is no meeting was held between North Korean leader and United States president in past so far, reason why Trump also has desire to sit along with Kim to make protected and error free negotiations.

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