Kim Jong Un Wants a Peace Treaty With Donald Trump

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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Monday said the USA has "not heard anything directly back from North Korea" since President Donald Trump accepted Km Jong Un's invitation to talks.

After Suh and the other envoys met Kim in Pyongyang on behalf of South Korean President Moon Jae In, both Moon and U.S. President Donald Trump agreed to hold summits with Kim in the coming months. Mr Pompeo said U.S. military exercises in the region would continue in the lead-up to the talks. Anything is possible, especially in a dystopian and unpredictable (but not irrational) regime like North Korea.

While an actual in-person meeting between a sitting US president and North Korea's leader would be a novel development, an agreement between them on denuclearization would not be.

According to a South Korean presidential office source, Suh told Kono that the North Korean leader made no mention of the abduction issue. Instead of putting North Korea at the center of our Asian agenda, we should step back and consider what America's real interests are in the region. The South's Unification Ministry spokesman Baik Tae Hyun said yesterday: "I feel they are approaching this matter with caution, and they need time to organise their stance".

He said that no venue for the meeting had been agreed upon.

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Among the unverified reports so far is that Kim hopes to sign a peace treaty with Trump - a long-held goal of the North Korean regime.

Gary A. O'Connell, a retired chief scientist at the National Air and Space Intelligence Center at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, said North Korea poses a "credible, growing" nuclear missile threat to the United States.

Trump is now set to meet with Kim, who made serious and shocking concessions to even get a seat at the table.

His version was accepted and the conference adopted a resolution calling on the U.S. to withdraw from South Korea.

The editorial followed remarks by Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi last week that the offer of summit talks was at least a partial result of Beijing's call for a "dual suspension" of North Korean nuclear activities in return for a postponement of U.S. "The entire world will be safer as we slow the spread of nuclear weapons".

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The Republican president agreed on Thursday to accept an invitation from the North Korean leader to meet by May after months of escalating tensions over Pyongyang's advancing nuclear and missile programmes.

What was not predictable and has always intrigued me is why several American soldiers defected to North Korea after the war. Not only did the latter refuse to print Cameron's blisteringly honest account of atrocities that the South Koreans carried out on political prisoners under United Nations protection, but he also sacked his editor who supported Cameron.

To remind the world of China's contributions, the Global Times newspaper, published by the official People's Daily, issued a commentary on Sunday night which asserted that "as Kim and Trump grab headlines and enjoy the limelight, one thing that deserves special attention is China's role in promoting the US-North Korea summit". "South Korea planned military exercises".

"Now more than ever, the president must empower our diplomats and nuclear non-proliferation experts to work with our allies to carefully coordinate our efforts in seeking a pathway towards denuclearization of North Korea".

Brian Padden reported this story for VOANews.

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