Monday, 18 June, 2018

State TV Shows President Trump Saluting North Korean Officer During Summit

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Deanna Wagner | 15 June, 2018, 00:42

"President Trump has been incredibly clear about the sequencing of denuclearisation and relief from the sanctions", Pompeo told reporters after meeting South Korea's president and Japan's foreign minister in Seoul.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said China - Pyongyang's sole major ally and main trading partner - has reaffirmed its commitment to United Nations sanctions against North Korea until full denuclearisation of the regime is achieved.

It is possible that the North Korean officials during the talks at the border village of Panmunjom will seek a firm commitment from the South on stopping its military drills with the United States. The statement came despite the lack of concrete proof that North Korea will discontinue its nuclear program.

North Korea's state-run Korean Central News Agency said the two leaders agreed to the principle of "step-by-step" process and Trump expressed his intention to lift sanctions "over a period of goodwill dialogue" between the two countries. "A lot of people have done some bad things".

While acknowledging that there may be "very conflicting views regarding the outcome of the summit", the U.S. had been able to spare "the whole world. the fear of war - a nuclear war - as well as the long-range missiles", he said.

"[North Korean leader] Kim Jong-un understands the urgency of the timing of completing this denuclearization and understands we must do this quickly", Pompeo said.

"Everybody can now feel much safer than the day I took office", Trump tweeted.

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"At the same time, we believe North Korea's reasonable security concerns should be resolved".

Trump's Tuesday meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un produced a wave of U.S. concessions in exchange for vague, nonbinding promises from North Korea.

Conservative House Republicans were unrepentant in their praise for the president for engaging with North Korea, a sharp reversal from many of their views on similar negotiations between President Barack Obama's Secretary of State John Kerry and Iran.

Deputy director of Human Rights Watch's Asia division Phil Robertson criticised Mr Trump for putting little or no emphasis on the human rights of North Koreans.

Asked about his having suggested Russian Federation be let back into the G7, Trump said of that meeting, "We spent about 25% of our time talking about Russian Federation". The president's latest comments are in stark contrast to his threats to unleash "fire and fury" past year in response to Pyongyang's nuclear and long-range missile tests. The reclusive regime in Pyongyang has long craved worldwide legitimacy, and has played up the summit as a major victory for Kim, with state media calling it the "meeting of the century".

Ri's image has often appeared on South Korean coverage of major events in North Korea, meaning some South Koreans, associating her with ominous developments, dread her appearance. "But the issues of the alliance should be dealt with under the premise we maintain joint ironclad defense posture".

Following media reports of his comments, Trump said American media is the "country's biggest enemy". The annual Ulchi Freedom Guardian joint exercise is scheduled for August. Ultimately, in the short term, at least while diplomacy continues, Trump's tweets seem to indicate he is ready to live with the fact that North Korea has nuclear weapons and potentially the capacity to fire them at the United States, in an implicit erosion of the USA strategic position. The official acknowledged, however, it was still not certain how that was going to happen.