President Trump expresses confidence the summit with Kim Jong Un will happen, but said it may be delayed.
North Korea is banning a list of South Korean journalists from attending the dismantlement of its nuclear test site. On Friday, South Korea’s unification minister announced that Pyongyang declined to accept a list of the country’s reporters slated to attend next month’s event. The latest agitation from Pyongyang has left experts wondering if eliminating the test site will even happen.
South Korea said it hopes to continue talks with the north, even after the rogue regime canceled a planned summit between both nations.
North Korea is threatening to cancel its meeting with President Trump after canceling high level talks with South Korea.
North Korea announces it will host a ceremony for the official dismantling of its nuclear test site, marking another foreign policy victory for the Trump administration. Saturday, North Korea’s foreign ministry said it would remove its nuclear test facilities, and destroy all tunnels in the country’s northeastern testing ground. The rogue regime’s leader Kim Jong-Un also discussed similar plans with South Korea President Moon Jae-in.
President Trump expressed confidence in North Korea’s recent diplomacy before heading into a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. When asked if he thought North Korea was just playing the U.S. as it had in times past, the president indicated that he didn’t think so.