The U.S. and North Korea signed a historic agreement: the summit

The historic summit, which crowed the media for many months and was on the verge of collapse, took place. Today, June 12, on the island of Sentosa (Singapore) the US President and the leader of North Korea for the first time in the history of met to regulate relations between the 2 countries.

After more than a half-hour conversation in the presence of only 2 translators , Donald trump and Kim Jong-UN, who was considered the political opposition, signed the agreement.

After the meeting was issued a joint statement of understanding, which reads as follows:

«President trump has pledged to provide security guarantees to North Korea and Chairman Kim Jong-UN reiterated its firm and unwavering commitment to the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.»

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The us President himself seemed pleased with the negotiations. He called them «honest, open and productive», and the Kim «very decent, very smart negotiator».

In turn, the North Korean leader said that they «decided to leave the past behind.»

«The world will see major changes,» said Kim after signing the document.

At the time of their release to the press trump thanked Kim and shook his hand.

«Thank you, it was fantastic» – smiling, said the head of the White house.

Despite the positive comments of leaders of the two countries, political analysts believe that the summit brought only symbolic results, because the document is actually there is no specifics about the timing and course of action.

But, according to the assumption of trump, the denuclearization process will start «very, very quickly.» And in the released statement said that the US Secretary of state Mike Pompeo and officials of the North Korea will hold further talks «as soon as possible».

Also do not know whether in the future a peace Treaty between the United States and the DPRK. North Korea and the United States were fought against each other during the bloody Korean war of 1950-53. and technically are still at war.

But in a joint statement said that both sides agreed to repatriate the remains of prisoners of war and those missing in action.

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