Trump crosses into North Korea, meets Kim at border village
- Author: Leroy Wright Июн 30, 2019,
Июн 30, 2019, 14:21
Kim Jong Un (centre left) meets with South Korea's President Moon Jae-in (centre) as Donald Trump (centre right) looks on. I can't tell you exactly but they did respond very favorably, ' the president said.
Kim added that, "Our peaceful handshake alone, which comes despite a long history of hostility between our countries, in this place, a symbol of separation between North and South, means that this day is different from yesterday".
"We really appreciate it from Kim Jong Un".
"For Kim, the fact that Trump reached out - in some ways desperately on Twitter - may help him considerably at home", Narang says.
"There's a good feeling, I just feel we have a very good relationship-the two of us. So we'll see how it all goes".
"Stepping across that line was a great honor".
"And I am really the opposite of a war monger".
Trump, who referred to Prince Mohammed as his "friend", has long sought to minimize the crown prince's role in the murder and has been reluctant to criticize the killing of the royal critic at a Saudi consulate in Turkey a year ago.
"I actually think that we were very close and then ... something happened where it slipped a little bit", Mr. Trump said. We want to keep our journalism open and accessible and be able to keep providing you with news and analysis from the frontlines of Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World.
"By the way, you talk about a wall, when you talk about a border, that's what they call a border", he said.
President Donald Trump and President Moon Jae-in (jah-YIHN') of South Korea agree that Trump's possible meeting on Sunday at the Demilitarized Zone with North Korea's Kim Jong Un (gihm jung oon) would be a "good thing".
It is the third time the two leaders have met, and the first since a failed summit on the North's nuclear program in Vietnam earlier this year.
"I will be leaving Japan for South Korea (with President Moon)".
At their meeting, the leaders shook hands in front of flags in a small conference room, with Trump flanked by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, a China hawk, and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, who has taken a more business-friendly approach to the talks.
The 4km-wide (2.5 miles) zone, running for 250km, is where the front line lay when the Korean war ended in 1953, with a ceasefire rather than a peace treaty, and is described as the world's last Cold War frontier.
Moon told reporters Tuesday that the USA and North Korea were holding "behind-the-scenes talks" on the possibility of a third summit.
"Well, we'll see. He very much wants to", Trump said when asked by a reporter whether Kim would meet him at the DMZ later on Sunday when Trump is scheduled to visit the heavily armed border. According to political commentators in Seoul, the statement suggested that there was a possibility that the North could accept Trump's invitation upon receiving a formal invitation, Newsmax reported.
The two leaders demonstrated a high degree of personal chemistry.