Just over two weeks ago, it seemed that the summit meeting was not going to happen. A few months ago, the two countries even seemed close to the brink of war.
Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un will meet on Tuesday for a landmark summit that the US president hopes will begin a process of denuclearisation in North Korea.
Security in Singapore is tight as diplomats, experts and journalists converge on the city-state for the meeting that South Korea’s president has dubbed the “summit of the century”.
US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un are set to meet in Singapore on Tuesday for a highly anticipated summit.
“Relevant parts of the United Nations system stand ready to support this process in any way, including verification if requested by the key parties. They are the protagonists,” Guterres told reporters in New York on Monday.
The UN chief commended both Trump and Kim for pursuing a diplomatic solution and “seeking to break out of the dangerous cycle that created so much concern last year.”
With the nuclear future of North Korea and the security of the entire region at stake, the encounter will be the first ever between a sitting American president and a North Korean leader.
@Trump is much more interested in the theatrics of public policy, rather than the substance
BUT LET’S SEE WHAT’S THE TRUTH SEEN IN SKY !!!