The South Korean government is pushing for its planned visit to Singapore next month in the Donald Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong-un.
North Korea announced on Wednesday that it would not attend the meeting if the United States endeavor to impose its Pyongyang proposal completely to its nuclear weapons.
A statement released by the Seoul National Security Council says Seoul’s government is working closely with the United States and North Korea to ensure the trumpet and Kimberley meeting.
South Korea’s deputy foreign minister, Kim Kye Gwan, yesterday said his government would take part in a conference scheduled for June 12th in Singapore, if the United States continues to pursue Pyongyang’s exit. Nuclear.
President Trump said Wednesday that the United States still maintains the North Korean nuclear arsenal.