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Trump meets with Kim Jong-un in Hanoi: They both hope for success

The face-to-face meeting between the heads of states has lasted for 20 minutes
18:17, 27 February 2019

Donald Trump, the president of USA, and Kim Jong-un, the Supreme leader of the North Korea
Associated Press

The meeting between the president of USA Donald Trump and the Supreme leader of the North Korea Kim Jong-un began in Hanoi, as AFP reports.

The Trump-Kim handshake opened the summit. Trump claimed he hoped that their coming negotiations would be “very successful ones.” Kim Jong-un said he was sure the summit to show good results.

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The second summit will be held in Sofitel Legend Metropole.

The face-to-face meeting had lasted for 20 minutes, after which the lunch with delegations of both countries began. The main part of the negotiations is planned for February 28.

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We recall that Donald Trump has become 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.

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