Written by Keshala Dias
09 Mar, 2018 | 4:52 pm
Donald Trump has accepted an invitation from the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, to hold an unprecedented summit meeting to discuss the future of the embattled regime’s nuclear and missile programme.
They are to meet in person by May.
The announcement was made at the White House by South Korea official Chung Eui-yong who praised Trump’s “maximum pressure policy” during the announcement.
“President Trump…said he would meet Kim by May to achieve permanent de-nuclearisation,” Chung told reporters.
He continued to say that Kim Jong-un is “committed” to denuclearisation.
However, Trump noted that sanctions would remain in place.
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