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MIA of North Korea receives letter from Donald Trump

Sung Kim, US Ambassador in the Philippines handed a letter to the North Korean Minister during the Forum of the member countries of the Association of South-East Asian organization (ASEAN), which is taking place the following days in Singapore
09:18, 5 August 2018

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The delegation of the US handed a letter from Donald Trump to the leader of DPRK Kim Jong-un. The written reply of the Americal President was conveyed to Ri Yong-ho, the Head of DPRK MIA. US Secretary Mike Pompeo claimed this on Twitter. 

‘We had a quick, polite exchange.’ Pompeo claimed. 


According to Reuters, US Ambassador Sung Kim in the Philippines handed a letter to the North Korean Minister during the Forum of the member countries of the Association of South-East Asian organization (ASEAN), which is taking place the following days in Singapore. 

Related: North Korea did not stop nuclear program development, - UN

Reportedly, American President Donald Trump received another letter from the Leader of DPRK Kim Jong-un on August 1. Sarah Sanders, the White House Press Secretary hasn't revealed the contents correspondence between the leaders, although she noted that the letter is aimed at the continuation of the discussion on the issue of denuclearization of North Korea. 

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