Receiving Trump’s Letter For Discussion Approach, North Korean Leader expresses “ Great Satisfaction”
North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un has expressed “ great satisfaction” after accepting a letter from US President Donald Trump based on a next summit between the two global leaders as per the report of the state media of Pyongyang.
The report of the familiar media sources says that Kim is preparing “ good technical preparations” for the global level meeting. This upcoming summit is significant for the isolated nations which first comments on the discussions programmed for the next month. The letter was delivered to Kim by one of his reliable men, Vice Chairman Kim Yong Chol, who visited Trump at the White House in the last week as both countries desire denuclearisation treaty that could make easy the decade long rancorous bonding.
Mentioning to North Korea by its official name, the media source told, “ Kim spoke highly of President Trump for expressing his unusual determination and will for the settlement of the issue with a great interest in the second DPRK-US summit”. According to the strongman, North Korea will “ believe in the positive way of thinking of President Trump” as the countries move towards their goals “ step by step”, as per the report of the agency.
The US President informed about the location for the global meeting without more intensive details. Hence, a government source of Vietnam told the news agency that “ logistical preparations” were underway to present the encounter, most likely in the capital Hanoi or coastal city of Danang. The White House ensured the summit will go ahead in February.
The international first visit each other in Singapore in June, where they signed an agreement nearly recorded document in which Kim urged to work toward the objective “ denuclearization of the Korean peninsula”.
But the further development impeded soon afterward as Washington and Pyongyang which depots 28,500 troops in South Korea – disagreeing over what that means. The United States expects from Pyongyang to leave its nuclear weapons launchpad, persistently built by the Kim Dynasty despite approvals and the worldwide demotion.