US-North Korea Historic Summit: President Trump and Kim Jong Un to Establish ‘New Relations’

Meeting of the Century

It is first time in history that leaders from United States of America and North Korea became suddenly cordial in an historic summit after many years of exchanging warmongering threats and personal insults.

Many thought it was not possible for former adversaries like the US and North Korea to finally discuss peace. But it was indeed possible as both nations agreed to start new relations in a summit held at Singapore.

The meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un on July 12, 2018 has yielded positive outcomes. Both nations achieved what they wanted in the first place. The US has been very vocal about the denuclearisation of the communist regime. Finally, Kim Jong Un made this possible for telling the world his regime reaffirmed commitment to “complete denuclearisation.”

President Trump in return vowed that the US will end the “very provocative war games” on the Korean peninsula and vowed to provide “security guarantees” to North Korea.

The two leaders met in Singapore, signing a brief declaration on denuclearisation and reducing tensions.

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President Trump and Kim Jong-un are set to meet for a historic summit on June 13, 2018 at Singapore.

America “prepared to start a new history” with North Korea

Both nations signed a document that highlighted commitment to to establish “new” relations between Washington and Pyongyang especially in fostering peace and prosperity.

Mr Trump said, “we are ready to start a new history, to begin a new chapter between our nations,” and added “Anyone can make war, but only the most courageous can make peace.”

For the North Korean side, Mr Kim said “we are leaving the past behind us” as he pledged “the world will see a major change.”

In a half-hour press conference after his meeting with Kim Jong Un, President Trump disclosed that the North Korean leader has agreed to destroy a “major missile testing site.”

In addition, the American president said he had formed a “special bond” with Mr Kim. In fact, Trump has invited the North Korean leader to visit the White House in the near future.

Trump concluded that it was a “fantastic meeting – a lot of progress. Better than anybody could have expected. Top of the line.”

North Korea May Cancel Meeting With President Trump?

Prior to the President Trump and Kim Jong Un meeting in Singapore, headlines said the meeting would not happen. But actually that was Fake News. The mainstream media, which act like part of the deep state, were trying any way they could to derail the North Korea talks. They will not succeed and there will be peace. The deep state will lose this battle.

Reports said North Korea warned the White House that it will cancel talks with President Trump if the US demands it give up nuclear weapons. It was reported the regime said it was not interested in the US-North Korean summit if it is based on “one-sided” demands to give up nuclear weapons. That was the story. Do not believe it.

North Korea’s central news agency also said, “We will appropriately respond to the Trump administration if it approaches the North Korea-US summit meeting with a truthful intent to improve relations.”

In addition, Kim Kye Gwan, North Korea’s first vice minister of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was quoted by the news agency as saying Pyongyang could walk away from the summit with the U.S.

But we are no longer interested in a negotiation that will be all about driving us into a corner and making a one-sided demand for us to give up our nukes and this would force us to reconsider whether we would accept the North Korea-US summit meeting.”

The threats came just hours before a planned North-South meeting at a border village.

Mina Fabulous follows the news, especially what is going on in the US State Department. Mina turns State Department waffle into plain English. Mina Fabulous is the pen name of Carmen Avalino, the NewsBlaze production editor. When she isn't preparing stories for NewsBlaze writers, she writes stories, but to separate her editing and writing identities, she uses the name given by her family and friends.