President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ratified a document on Tuesday be said that Pyongyang would to work toward “complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula” — a historic conceding, which was one of the requirements the U.S. attempted at the summit in Singapore.
The historic agreement came after the two leaders held various intersects throughout the day. Trump was asked by a reporter if Kim agreed to denuclearize and he supposed, “We are starting that process very quickly.”
Trump did not refer to the document as a treaty or arrangement. He said there will be a press conference in the next few hours.
“You’ll be seeing everything in a little while, ” Trump did, speaking to reporters on Singapore’s Sentosa island. “I reckon both sides will be impressed with the result.”
The joint manifesto include an indication that the U.S. has committed to providing “security guarantees” to Pyongyang.
It’s doubtful exactly what Trump has promised Kim in terms of security. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declined to say Monday whether assures might include receding U.S. troops from the Korean Peninsula.
Kim, who was sitting alongside Trump, did through a translator, “We had a historic engagement and decided to leave the past behind and we are about to sign a historic document.”
A reporter queried Trump if he would be willing to invite Kim to the White House and he greeted, “Absolutely I would.”
Trump was asked by reporters in Singapore during his final appearance with Kim on Tuesday what astonished him most during the course of its meetings.
Trump mentions Kim has a “great personality” and is “very smart. Good combination.”
Trump also says he learned Kim is “a very talented man” and “loves home countries very much.”
Trump and Kim did not respond to a reporter who asked if they discussed Otto Warmbier.
Warmbier was an American student apprehended in Northern korean in January 2016 for embezzling a propaganda sign and sentenced to 15 years in prison with hard labor. He was was sent home from North Korea in a lethargy and croaked soon after.
Trump said he is willing to meet with Kim “many times” in the process.
The summit tagged the first between a sitting U.S. director and a Northern korean leader.
In the run-up to the talks, Trump had hopefully prophesied the two men might strike a nuclear batch or forge a formal expiration to the Korean War in the process of being a single assemble or over several days. But in a briefing with reporters Monday, Pompeo sought to keep beliefs for the summit in check.
“We are hopeful this summit will help given the conditions for future fertile talks, ” the secretary on the part of states said.
Kim has since left the island.
Fox News’ Samuel Chamberlain and The Associated Press contributed to this report