Kim Jong UN wrote a letter to Trump
According to media reports, the letter expresses the interest of the North Korean leader in the meeting, but no specifics.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN in a letter to the President of the United States Donald Trump expressed his willingness to meet with him, without any intention to make concessions. According to The Wall Street Journal, citing sources.
As notes the edition, the message “expressed interest of the North Korean leader during the meeting.” In this case we are not talking about “any significant concessions or threats.”
It is expected that Kim Jong-Chol, who is called “right hand” Kim Jong-UN, to meet with trump on Friday, June 1.
Before sending the letter to Trump it is inspected by U.S. officials.
Earlier, the President of the United States Donald trump admitted that one meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN may not be enough to discuss all issues . According to trump, one meeting leaders may not have time to discuss all the necessary. He also noted that the meeting with the people currently in the United States by the delegation of the DPRK went well.
As reported, North Korean General arrived in new York. There he Wednesday, may 30, met with U.S. Secretary of state Michael Pompeo.
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