Donald Trump touts 'very good news' in North Korea nuke deal

Donald Trump touts 'very good news' in North Korea nuke deal

Donald Trump touts 'very good news' in North Korea nuke deal

Multiple reports suggest that the preparing to receive the remains of the fallen soldiers, who died in the conflict on the Korean Peninsula over 70 years ago.

North Korea typically holds mass rallies to promote anti-U.S. sentiment and also releases new stamps on June 25 marking the beginning of "Struggle Against US Imperialism Month", which lasts until July 27.

More than 36,500 USA troops died in the 1950-1953 Korean War.

Pak's appearance in Beijing showed Pyongyang had expanded its negotiating team, said Baik Tae-hyun, a spokesman for the South Korean Unification Ministry.

"We are pleased to see that the important consensus reached by China and the DPRK is gradually being implemented, the friendly cooperative relations between the two sides are radiating new vitality, the momentum for dialogue and easing of situation on the Korean Peninsula has been effectively strengthened, and the WPK's new strategic route has pushed the DPRK's socialist cause into a new journey", Xi said.

In exchange for vague assurances, Trump has legitimized the Kim regime, which just previous year was involved in the death of USA student Otto Warmbier. The detailed negotiations have not begun.

North Korea's news agency KCNA quoted Xi as saying relations between China and North Korea had entered a new stage of development.

Not only did the North Korean leader met with President Xi Jinping, . he spent a fair amount of time touring Beijing's major city management and research centers.

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President Donald Trump told reporters after their June 12 summit that Kim had pledged to dismantle one of his missile installations-North Korea's most concrete concession at the landmark meeting in Singapore.

Last week, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in Beijing at a news conference with Foreign Minister Wang Yi that China "acknowledged that the sanctions regime that is in place today will remain in place until such time as that denuclearization is in fact complete".

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo insisted during a cabinet meeting on Thursday that North Korea will follow through on the Kim regime's vague promise to denuclearize - otherwise, he reasoned, totalitarian dictator Kim Jong Un's global reputation could take a hit. USA officials, however, have cautioned that such actions are reversible.

The site in question is the Sohae Satellite Launching Ground where North Korea has previously tested "liquid-propellant engines for its long-range ballistic missiles", according to a USA official who spoke to Reuters. "I expect they will talk about the path going forward and where priorities should lie". The U.S. and South Korea suspended a major joint military exercise that was planned in August in what was seen as a major victory for North Korea and its chief allies, China and Russian Federation.

"They're giving a commitment, they're starting it immediately, to recover their remains", Trump said.

The summit not only relieved significant pressure on North Korea but also scaled back the American military threat in China's backyard.

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