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    Kim accepts Trump's invitation to visit the United States

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    Kim accepts Trump's invitation to visit the United States Empty Kim accepts Trump's invitation to visit the United States

    Post by Rocky Wed 13 Jun 2018, 3:44 am

    Kim accepts Trump's invitation to visit the United States
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    North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has accepted an invitation from US President Donald Trump to visit the United States after their historic meeting in Singapore, Pyongyang said.
     
    According to Agence France-Presse, the Korean leader made a similar invitation to Trump to visit Pyongyang, after their historic meeting. 

    The Singapore summit was a "radical shift" in US-North Korean relations, Pyongyang said. 

    US President Donald Trump made a staggering concession to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Tuesday to stop military exercises with South Korea in a surprise that has embarrassed allies, military officials and Republican members of Congress. 

    At a news conference following the historic summit between Trump and Kim in Singapore, Trump announced that he would stop what he described as "very provocative" and expensive military exercises, while Kim stressed that nuclear disarmament is contingent on a cessation of hostilities. 

    The resolution is bound to provoke great reactions in South Korea and Japan, Washington's allies. 

    North Korea has long sought to stop such maneuvers.

    In a joint statement after the summit, the two leaders pledged to work towards "nuclear disarmament" on the Korean Peninsula. The United States has promised to provide security guarantees to Pyongyang but gave no details. 

    This is the first summit between a US president and a North Korean leader, a stark contrast to last year's nuclear and missile tests of North Korea and a sharp exchange of insults between Trump and Kim, reinforcing global fears of war.



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