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    South Korean president urges Pyongyang and Washington to end nuclear program

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     South Korean president urges Pyongyang and Washington to end nuclear program Empty South Korean president urges Pyongyang and Washington to end nuclear program

    Post by Rocky Fri 13 Jul 2018, 2:48 am

    South Korean president urges Pyongyang and Washington to end nuclear program






    2018/07/13 09:34


    (Encyclopedia of this Day News | Iraq News ) - South Korean President Moon J-urged that on Friday , North Korea and the United States to move to implement the agreement ending Pyongyang 's nuclear program, at a time when the failure to take the north raised clear steps to questions about his commitment to that agreement.

    "If Kim (Jung Un) fulfills his promise of nuclear disarmament, he will be able to lead his country to prosperity," Moon said in a speech during a visit to Singapore.

    "The road is never easy, but if the agreements reached at the summit are faithfully implemented, the goal will be achieved," he said, referring to Kim's historic meeting with US President Donald Trump in Singapore a month ago.

    "If North Korea gives nuclear disarmament more attention, and if South Korea and the United States take swift and comprehensive action in return, the whole process will accelerate," he said.

    During the summit, the two leaders vowed to work for complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and to ease tension between their two countries, which have been officially at war since the end of the 1950-53 Korean War with a truce rather than a peace treaty.

    But since the June 12 meeting, Pyongyang has shown no sign of concrete action to dismantle its nuclear program, which has brought a series of international sanctions.

    But Trump on Thursday hailed "significant progress" after revealing a letter he received from Kim on July 6, in which he said their joint efforts could open up prospects for a "new future" for the two countries.

    The South Korean president said he was confident that Trump and Kim would finally fulfill his pledge to the international community.



    The South Korean president urges Pyongyang and Washington to put an end to the nuclear program, which was first published on Al-Ghad, and the encyclopedia of this day does not contain its contents in any way. 
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