On Sunday, North Korea announced that it is ready to discuss denuclearization with the Trump administration, following a tense year of missile tests, threats, and sanctions.
Although the past four U.S. presidents have failed in their attempts, President Trump’s efforts have come closer to accomplishing the goal of a denuclearized North Korea than his predecessors.
South Korea’s President Moon praised Trump for having “made a huge contribution to make inter-Korean talks happen,” and said that he would “like to express my gratitude.”
North Korea is set to partake in historic talks with the U.S. and South Korea, which President Moon also said “could be the effect of the sanctions and pressure led by the United States.”
BREAKING: North Korea tells the Trump administration that it is ready to discuss denuclearization. pic.twitter.com/gR9KrFO9gw
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