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    Pentagon: Washington is ready to discuss withdrawing its troops from the Korean Peninsula

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    Pentagon: Washington is ready to discuss withdrawing its troops from the Korean Peninsula Empty Pentagon: Washington is ready to discuss withdrawing its troops from the Korean Peninsula

    Post by Rocky Sat 28 Apr 2018, 2:06 am

    [ltr]Pentagon: Washington is ready to discuss withdrawing its troops from the Korean Peninsula[/ltr]
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    [ltr]US Defense Secretary James Matisse said the United States was ready to discuss with the allies and North Korea the withdrawal of its troops from the Korean Peninsula in the context of peace treaty negotiations.[/ltr]
    [ltr]"The issue of the withdrawal of US troops from South Korea will be among the issues we will discuss during negotiations with our allies and of course with North Korea," Matisse told reporters.[/ltr]
    [ltr]"I do not have a magic crystal ball for enlightenment, but we are optimistic now because there is an opportunity that has not existed since 1950," Matisse said.[/ltr]
    [ltr]On the possibility of a peace treaty between the two Koreas, Matisse warned of preconditions. "I think we should now follow the development of events and negotiate and not try to put preconditions or build assumptions about how this happens, this work is now left to diplomats," he said.[/ltr]
    [ltr]US forces have been on South Korean territory since the 1950s and the Korean War ended, with 28,500 people currently stationed in the south of the country.[/ltr]


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    Pentagon: Washington is ready to discuss withdrawing its troops from the Korean Peninsula Empty Washington announces its willingness to discuss withdrawing its troops from the Korean Peninsula

    Post by Rocky Sat 28 Apr 2018, 3:12 am

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    Washington announces its willingness to discuss withdrawing its troops from the Korean Peninsula


    US Defense Secretary James Matisse said the United States is ready to discuss with the allies and North Korea the withdrawal of its troops from the Korean Peninsula in the framework of peace treaty negotiations.
    "The issue of the withdrawal of US troops from South Korea will be among the issues we will discuss during negotiations with our allies and of course with North Korea," Matisse told reporters.
    "I do not have a magical crystal ball for enlightenment, but we are optimistic now because there is an opportunity that has not existed since 1950," Matisse said.
    On the possibility of the inter-Korean peace treaty, Matisse warned of preconditions. "I think we must now follow the development of events and negotiate, not to try to pre-condition or build assumptions about how this happens," he said.
    US forces have been on South Korean soil since the 1950s and the Korean War, with a total of 28,500 people based in the south of the country.


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