Korea Approves S. Korean Journalists to Observe Nuclear Test Site Closing
Korea Approves S. Korean Journalists to Observe Nuclear Test Site Closing
United States President Donald Trump has taken a softer tone
23 May, 2018, 21:44
His statement followed Trump's suggestion on Tuesday that the meeting could be delayed or scrapped entirely.
Pompeo on Monday detailed 12 demands that Trump expects Iran to meet as part of a new deal he hopes to negotiate, and that the USA would impose the toughest sanctions in history to bring that about. The South Korean journalists went to Beijing to travel with the full group but were left behind and eventually returned to Seoul as the North refused to grant them visas. We built a very good relationship, we speak a lot. "But we're talking right now".
"We may not have have phone or internet for the journey, but we should have some extraordinary images from a place never seen by foreign press".
FILE - In this September 9, 2016 file photo, a man watches a TV news program reporting North Korea's nuclear test at Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea.
Seated in the Oval Office with Moon Jae-in Tuesday, Trump said Kim had not met unspecified "conditions" for the summit. His spokeswoman, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, said Trump was referring to a commitment to seriously discuss denuclearization.
The former Central Intelligence Agency director, who has met twice with Kim since the start of April, told the committee that it's his hope that when Trump and Kim confer, "we can get the North Koreans to make this strategic shift about how best to serve the country - that the nuclear weapons program isn't in fact the thing that keeps the regime in power, but the thing that prevents the regime from being in a place it wants to be with economic success".
Moon and Trump agreed Tuesday to closely work together for the U.S.
Chang Je-won, a spokesman of the LKP, said the conservative party appreciates Moon's efforts to prevent the U.S.
Pompeo declined to answer a lawmaker's question on whether the Pentagon had dialed back its military drills with South Korea to assuage Kim's concerns. "If the U.S.is trying to drive us into a corner to force our unilateral nuclear abandonment", Gwan said, "we will no longer be interested in such dialogue and can not but reconsider our proceeding to the DPRK-U.S. summit."So, if President TrumpDonald John TrumpCNN's Zucker: Trump "secretly watching CNN" all day and night GOP candidate behind "Deportation Bus" loses in gubernatorial bidPenn to Hewitt: Mueller probe born out of "hysteria"MORE can not come back to Washington with a nuclear agreement in hand, he need not worry - and neither does he need to resort to more forceful military options, which would very likely include the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people and the use of the very nuclear weapons Washington hopes to destroy". Both parties to the talks are invested in holding the meeting, with Kim seeing an opportunity for global legitimacy and Trump the prospect of securing Korean stability - and perhaps a Nobel Peace Prize.
Pompeo said Kim also "wanted security assurances from the world, the end of the status that sits between South and North Korea, with the eventual goal of a peace treaty". He met with Kim himself last month to great fanfare along the Korean Demilitarized Zone, a historic encounter that Trump hopes to replicate in his own talks.
"While the meeting with Kim Jong Un presents an opportunity, we should be aware that real progress on these issues will take time".
But he said he was displeased by China's softening of border enforcement measures against North Korea.
National security adviser John Bolton, who has been outspoken in his hawkish views toward North Korea, drew Pyongyang's ire when he suggested Trump use a so-called "Libya model" to rid the country of its nuclear weapons.
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