North Korean President to abandon nuclear weapons if US promise not to invade

North Korean President to abandon nuclear weapons if US promise not to invade

North Korean President to abandon nuclear weapons if US promise not to invade

Written by Nathasha De Alwis

29 Apr, 2018 | 5:47 pm

The New York Times reports, North Korean Leader, Kim Jong-un has told South Korean President Moon Jae-in that he would abandon country’s nuclear weapons if the United States would agree to formally end the Korean War and promise not to invade North Korea.

Kim also had stated that he would invite experts and journalists from South Korea and the United States to watch the shutdown of the country’s only known underground nuclear test site.

The comments by Kim were made on Friday (April 27) when the leaders of Korea met at Panmunjom, a village on their shared border.

“I know the Americans are inherently disposed against us, but when they talk with us, they will see that I am not the kind of person who would shoot nuclear weapons to the south, over the Pacific or at the United States.”                   Kim Jong-un

 

 


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