US President Donald Trump was very sure on Wednesday at the spectacular start of the dialogue with North Korea but warned that he would not hesitate to abandon the never-before-seen meeting with his leader, Kim Jong Un, if it was not "fruitful ".
"A promising way is open to North Korea if it achieves complete, controllable and irreversible denuclearization," said Donald Trump. But he warned that Kim Jong Un must be serious in his commitments.
"If I think this meeting will not be fruitful, we will not go there if the meeting, when I will be there, is not fruitful, I will leave it with respect," said the president. USA.
Speaks from Mar-a-Lago, his luxury Florida residence, at a joint press conference with the guest's Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
Another important actor in the North Korean problem, the latter has been partially darkened since the relaxation initiated between Seoul and Pyongyang in February, when the message Donald Trump shocks March 8 that he accepted an invitation to meet Kim Jong Un.
"The situation around North Korea, following President Trump's decisive decision at the first North Korea-Korea Summit, is at a historical turning point," said Shinzo Abe in Japanese, according to the White House. "The mistakes of time should never be repeated, and at this time, President Trump and I are in agreement."
Appeared as "friends", the two leaders spent two days in Mar-a-Lago, with political talks and opportunities for relaxation, including a golf round, a common passion.
Donald Trump was previously congratulated on the outcome of a secret meeting between CIA boss and Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang.
Mike Pompeo, one of the closest officials of the US president, gave up in the north Korean capital during Easter weekend. "He just left North Korea, he had a nice meeting with Kim Jong Un, and he worked really well with him," said the US president.
Mike Pompei's visit to Pyongyang marks a sudden acceleration of preparations for the historic summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, which, according to the US President, is scheduled to take place around the beginning of June
Press Officer will be Secretary of State Mike Pompeo should Continue to put this file in its new position, if it is confirmed by the Senate in the coming days.
This new context has resulted in a blossoming of diplomatic initiatives unthinkable there are a few months later.
Seoul has announced Wednesday to explore ways for a possible peace treaty with the north. The battle on the Korean peninsula ended in 1953 after a violence support, but no peace treaty was signed, so the two Koreans are still technically in war.
The demilitarized zone that divides the peninsula is bursting with mines and fortifications.
The third inter-Korean summit since the end of the war, scheduled for April 27, may be an opportunity to address the issue of official declaration to end the conflict on the peninsula.
"We are investigating the possibility of replacing the Korean Army regime with a peace rule," told a senior civil servant from Blue House to reporters. The South Korean Presidency
Pyongyang and Seoul require both sovereignty across the peninsula. A treaty could mean that the two Koreans recognize each other.
The North would probably request US soldiers to be exposed to the peninsula. South Korean security advisor Chung Eui-yong said Wednesday that Seoul and Washington wanted Pyongyang to give up their nuclear ambitions.
– "We respect them" –
The summit of the Intercorean Summit, whose first hand between MM. Kim and Moon will be broadcast live on television, Seoul announced on Wednesday after a meeting of work between the two parties Wednesday.
But the world is already looking face to face that takes shape between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un. It will take place in early June or maybe a bit earlier, said US President, Tuesday.
Donald Trump mentioned "five seats" possible for this summit without further details. Panmunjom, a city in the demilitarized zone, is one of the regular hypotheses, such as South Korea or North Korea and China