Trump became first U.S. president who stepped on North Korean land

Source : 112 Ukraine

He accepted an invitation from Kim Jong-un to cross the border during a meeting in the demilitarized zone
17:04, 30 June 2019
U.S. President Donald Trump and DPRK leader Kim Jong-un met in the demilitarized zone.
CNN broadcasts the meeting.
Trump was invited to cross the border between the Koreas. He became the first active U.S. president to cross the North Korean border. The president himself called it a historic event and stressed that crossing the demarcation line and visiting the territory of the DPRK became “a great honor” for him.

“I didn’t know if you would ask me to do this, but I thought it could happen,” said Trump, thanking to the North Korean leader for inviting him.
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Kim Jong-un also crossed the border in the direction of South Korea and expressed the hope that relations between the DPRK and the United States will develop in a positive way.

"I would like to use this strong relationship to create even more good and unexpected good news for everyone," he told reporters.

On Saturday, Trump, on his Twitter page, offered Kim Jong-un to meet at the border for regular talks. Today, after the end of the G-20 summit in Osaka, Trump arrived in the demilitarized zone for a meeting.

We recall the last meeting of Trump and Kim Jong-un was held on February 27 in the capital of Vietnam, Hanoi. It lasted for about 20 minutes and ended with a working lunch of the two delegations. The main part of the negotiations was scheduled for February 28, but later it became known that the negotiations were completed ahead of time, and the denuclearization agreement remained unsigned.

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