Southforward.com – Donald Trump is reportedly willing to build official diplomatic relations with North Korea and even open US embassies in Pyongyang. This is likely to be done if the Singapore talks go smoothly. According to two sources who took part in the meeting between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, the issue of opening diplomatic relations and opening of the embassy will be discussed in their second meeting.
“The point is they can discuss the matter, it is already on the table, of course they will consider it. Almost nothing will he release from the table,” said the two sources who spoke in anonymous conditions, as reported by Sputnik on Sunday (10/6).
The two then emphasize that this is just one of many topics that may arise at the meeting and nothing is decided, given Trump’s aggressive approach to North Korea’s problems. However, rebuilding diplomatic relations was reported to have been discussed between working groups, whether in meetings in New York, the Demilitarized Zone of Korea and in Singapore.
“It will depend on what he (Trump) earns in return.” Denucleation is bound to take every idea if it leads to an irreversible and verifiable denuclearization that will not be played by Jong-un. The White House itself declined to comment, saying they would not comment on internal discussions between the two sides.