Media: the meeting of Kim Jong-UN and trump in jeopardy
Meeting with the delegations of the DPRK and South Korea at the highest level has been abolished. The reason is that the South Korean-us military exercises.
The meeting of the head of the DPRK Kim Jong-UN and U.S. President Donald trump may not happen. This was reported by news Agency “Yonhap”.
According to journalists, the beginning of doctrines South Korean army and us troops irritate Pyongyang. despite a period of warming relations, the DPRK is not going to put up with military maneuvers near the Korean Peninsula.
Already cancelled the meeting of the delegations of South and North Korea, which was scheduled for may 16.
Trump announced last week that the meeting with Ng will be held in Singapore on June 12. It will become historical, as the two leaders never met for more than 60 years.
The American President announced a meeting with the leader of North Korea after the Olympic games in South Korea. Then there occurred a fundamental shift in White house rhetoric against Pyongyang. Trump said that the parties will agree on his meeting with Inom in the coming months. Six months ago, the world stood on the verge of starting a new conflict on the Korean Peninsula, when North Korea conducted several successful ballistic missile launches, and the United States in response sent to its shores carrier battle group.
April 27 was no less a historic meeting. The leaders of the two Koreas for the first time in 65 years met in person. The event took place in the neutral zone on the border between North Korea and South Korea.
In the DPRK began dismantling equipment at a nuclear test site
Now remove the cables from the tunnels at the site. It is also reported that the cables of the third tunnel has already been removed.
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