Southforward.com – The process of denuclearization of North Korea will be carried out gradually after the historic meetings of the two leaders of that country took place yesterday in Singapore.
Quoted from Reuters on Wednesday (13/6/2018), North Korea (North Korea) leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump have agreed to gradually denuclearize the process.
As reported earlier, the summit between the two countries took place on June 12 in Singapore. Precisely at Capella hotel, Sentosa Island.
In the historic meeting, it was agreed at least four points of agreement between the two countries. One of them is full denuclearization.
Kim Jong Un himself previously said that denuclearization is the attitude of him that is not wiggled. That is, he remains optimistic will do the process.
“Kim and Trump invite each other to their respective countries and both leaders are happy to accept,” KCNA quoted Reuters as saying.
“Kim Jong-un and Trump have a joint statement for the importance of adhering to the principle of step-by-step and simultaneous action in achieving peace, stability and denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula,” KCNA wrote.