"After a meeting with Kim Jong-un's special envoy, General Kim Yong-chol, the White House announced that new negotiations between Donald Trump and the DPRK leader would be held in late February," said White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders.
We recall that Donald Trump became the first president in U.S. history, who met with the North Korean leader.
On June 12, the first ever meeting of the current U.S. president with the leader of North Korea took place in Singapore. The main theme of the summit was the nuclear disarmament of the DPRK and the reduction of tension in relations between states.
Earler president of the U.S. Donald Trump appealed to the nation from the White House. He speech was dedicated to the situation on the border with Mexico, which the American leader estimates as “a humanitarian crisis and national security issue”, as Reuters reported.
Due to the Democratic party refusing to include $5,6 billion in the 2019 budget for the construction of the wall on the border, a 30-day shutdown still going on in the country.
“In a speech from the White House, Trump offered three years of protections for young undocumented immigrants known as “Dreamers,” as well as for holders of temporary protected status (TPS), another class of immigrants,” the news agency says.
In his turn, Trump promised not to expel some categories of immigrants from the U.S., who face deportation. He also said he would allocate $800 million for support of the immigrants and $805 million for fighting drugs. He also promised to increase the number of the border guards on the southern border to 2750.