South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon said US President Donald Trump is expected to send some messages to North Korea during his visit to the demilitarized zone later this week.
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South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon today, June 27, said US President Donald Trump may send some notable messages to North Korea during his visit to the demilitarized zone (DMZ) later this week.
According to Mr. Lee, the Korean government believes that Pyongyang needs to make significant progress in the process of non-nuclearization so that the international community can relax sanctions.
Korea warned the US that the time for dialogue was running out
On Sunday, June 30, South Korean President Moon Jae-in will attend the 8th summit with US President Trump in Seoul. The conference took place amid stalled negotiations between the US and North Korea.
Many sources said Mr. Trump will visit the DMZ area after the meeting. President Trump’s visit to the DMZ will mark the first time in Korean and American leaders’ history to visit the demilitarized zone.
President Trump and North Korean President Kim Jong-un recently stepped up personal correspondence, prompting many to hope that Washington and Pyongyang will resume talks after the summit in February. Vietnam.
However, the information Mr. Trump plans to meet with Kim at the DMZ was quickly rejected. “There is no plan to host a trilateral summit between the US and South Korea – Korea as part of Mr Trump’s visit,” said Ko Min-jung, spokesman Cheong Wa Dae.
A Trump administration official also confirmed Mr Trump had no plans to meet President Kim during his visit to Korea.
Earlier, during a visit to Korea in 2017, US President Trump wanted to visit the DMZ, but was forced to cancel the last minute plan because of weather conditions.