Us National security advisor, John Bolton refused that the nuclear summit in the last week with North Korea was a failure, despite the US President Donald Trump returned to the homeland with the empty hand.
A high profile second meeting to hit a demobilization deal with the North Korean leader Kim Jong UN broke up disorder in Hanoi, without even a joint pronouncement.
A national advisor told “Face the Nation” of CBS that the failure of the US President to acquire commitments from Pyongyang on wrecking its nuclear potentiality should be seen an “ a success, defined as the president protecting and advancing American national interests”.
He told the issue was whether North Korea would receive what the President called “the big deal” – complete denuclearization – or something less, “which was unacceptable to us”.
The US National Advisor John Bolton added, “ So the president held firm to his view. He deepened his relationship with Kim Jong Un. I don’t view it as a failure at all when American national interests are protected”.
The disintegration of the summit pursued the leaders “historic meeting in Singapore that produced only a vague commitment from Kim to work “toward complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. ”
According to the senior US officials, in the week the escalation of Hanoi summit, the North Koreans had demanded the upliftment of essentially all UN Security Council economic approvals enforced on Pyongyang since March 2016.
In return, Pyongyang was recommending only to close part of the Yongbyon Complex, a crawling site covering several facilities and North Korea is supposed to have other plants of uranium enrichment.