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Pompeo heads to North Korea next week


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Pompeo heads to North Korea next week

Post by rocky on Thu 28 Jun 2018, 10:49 am

Pompeo heads to North Korea next week
June 28 2018 06:46 PM

[rtl][rtl]US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and a terrible US strategy on Iran[/rtl]
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The Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, will visit North Korea next week, the Financial Times reported Thursday, quoting four "well-informed" officials in the US administration.
"Talks between Pompeo and Pyongyang will focus on discussing the next steps in the framework of the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, which reached a preliminary agreement during the historic summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim," the paper said. Jung En, on June 12 in Singapore. "
Sources told the Financial Times that "the US Secretary of State canceled his meeting with his Indian counterpart, Sushma Swaraj, which was expected to be held on July 6 next."
"Pompeo had to cancel the meeting because of his important visit to North Korea," one US official told the newspaper.
Pompeo's first visit to North Korea after the summit, which Trump announced via Twitter, will be "no longer a nuclear threat" from the country.
The first negotiations between the US president and the North Korean leader in Singapore culminated in the signing of a joint statement in which Pyongyang committed to denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula in return for guarantees for North Korea's security by the United States, which pledged to halt military exercises in the region. The sanctions remain until the North Korean authorities take concrete measures to implement their commitments.

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