Donald Trump offers to meet Kim Jong-un
Donald Trump offers to meet Kim Jong-un if it is “under the right circumstances.” Donald Trump, president of US, says that he would like to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. In an interview with Bloomberg News Mr Trump also added that “I would absolutely meet with him if it would be appropriate for me to meet with him.”
North Korea already executed a series of missile tests and five nuclear tests, which defying UN Security Council and unilateral resolutions. In January 2017, North Korean President Kim Jong-un said that his country had entered the final stage of preparation for a test-launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile, which would have the capability of reaching the US.
On this topic Mr Trump tweeted in response that “It would not happen.” White House Press Secretary Scan Spicer responding to Trump’s comments at a daily briefing.
He said that the conditions for a meeting between the US President and Mr Kim ‘were not there yet.’ He also add North Korea’s “provocative” actions and statement would need to be “ratcheted down immediately.”
He also said that North Korea’s leadership will need to commit to dismantling the nuclear programme that poses a “threat to the region and to the US.”