The next top between Donald Trump and North–Korean Kim Jong Un will take place “around the end of February”, the White House announced Friday, without specifying the place of the meeting.
“The president is impatient to meet president Kim in a place which will be announced later on”, indicated Sarah Sanders, spokesperson of the executive, at the conclusion of a 90 minutes meeting in the Oval office between Donald Trump and the right–hand man of Kim Jong Un, Kim Yong Chol.
On June 12th, 2018, after months of tensions, the two men had met for the first time at the time of a top in Singapore. At the time of this historical private conversation, the first between an US president and a heir to the dynasty to Kim, the strong man of Pyongyang had engaged in favour of a “complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula”, without details nor calendar. Since, the negotiations patinate.
At the time of the address of his voux of the New year, the leader North–Korean declared that it was laid out to meet Mr. Trump constantly but as informed as Pyongyang could change attitude if Washington maintained, in spite of the diplomatic bringing together operated since June, its economic sanctions against the North Korea.
The nuclear arsenal North–Korean was worth in Pyongyang an impressive round of sanctions of UNO over the years. Pyongyang carried out six nuclear tests and developed and tested ballistic missiles which, according to experts, would be able to reach the continental territory of the United States.