Southforward.com – North Korean youth leader Kim Jong Un said North Korea and the United States should have a strong commitment to avoid disputes between the two countries.
North Korea’s North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said “urgent” for his country and the United States (US) to stop angry and hostile military acts against each other. It was said by the young dictator during talks with US President Donald Trump on Tuesday.
Reporting from KNCA, Wednesday (13/6/2018), Jong Un said it must adhere to the principle to create peace between the two countries and must take legal and institutional steps to ensure it.
“North Korea and the United States should commit to avoiding disputes with each other and taking legal and institutional steps to ensure it,” Kim said.
Responding to this, the US President will also promise to stop the exercise of war along with allies, South Korea on the peninsula korea.
It also reinforced a statement by US Defense Secretary James Mattis who said the Pentagon would consider withdrawing its troops from the region.