US officials: Trump and Wen Yin will meet before the Golden Summit.

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 US officials: Trump and Wen Yin will meet before the Golden Summit.


The president of the United States Trump and the president of the Republic of Korea are in Yin. Visual Chinese data map According to the plan, South Korean President Wen Yin Yin will hold bilateral summit talks with North Korean leader Kim Jeong-eun on Friday (April 27th). Prior to that, Trump also indicated that he could consider meeting with Kim Jeong-eun at the end of May or early June. According to a senior White House official, Bolton, the White House national security adviser, met with Zheng Yirong, the national security officer at Chong Wa Dae on Wednesday, when they talked about looking for a United States and South Korea summit before the club. According to the CNN (CNN), a senior Chong Wa Dae official also said that Wen and Trump would be very likely to meet in Washington before the DPRK summit in Washington. This confirms the statement of the former White House officials. The Chong Wa Dae official, Yin Yongcan, the Secretary in charge of the presidents writing in Yins public relations, told the media that Zheng Yirong, the South Korean security chief, raised the possibility of arranging the summit of the United States and the south. According to South Koreas East Asia daily, President Yin Yongcan, the Chief Secretary for national communication, said at an emergency briefing on 25 day: Zheng Yirongs Roros visited the United States and met the assistant of Bolton in the early morning. The north and South summit talks were prepared, especially for close cooperation between the two countries aimed at achieving the North Korean semi Island denuclearization target. The case was coordinated. After meeting with President Kim Jeong-eun, Wen will speak to President Trump and decide to hold talks with Trump in the middle of May. At a press conference after the meeting, Trump said at a press conference after the meeting. I personally heard that Kim Jeong-eun wanted to see me as soon as possible, Trump held a meeting with the visiting president. We had a very good discussion (around the DPRK US talks). Kim Jeong-eun is very respectful. South Korean President Wen Yin Yin said last week that North Korea has released the desire to completely denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula. Tomorrows planned DPRK ROK summit will be held in Panmunjom. According to the already open meeting schedule of the Chong Wa Dae secretarial room, Kim Jeong-eun will walk across the military dividing line from the side of the DPRK to the Korean side, and walk to the welcoming ceremony jointly with the text of the waiting at the dividing line. At the end of the ceremony, the two and their entourage will enter the peace house to begin talks. After the end of the day talks, the two sides will sign and issue a joint statement. This will be the first face-to-face meeting between the north and South leaders of the Korean Peninsula over the past ten years. The source of this article: surging news editor: Yang Qiang _NN6027 At a press conference after the meeting, Trump said at a press conference after the meeting. I personally heard that Kim Jeong-eun wanted to see me as soon as possible, Trump held a meeting with the visiting president. We had a very good discussion (around the DPRK US talks). Kim Jeong-eun is very respectful. South Korean President Wen Yin Yin said last week that North Korea has released the desire to completely denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula. Tomorrows planned DPRK ROK summit will be held in Panmunjom. According to the already open meeting schedule of the Chong Wa Dae secretarial room, Kim Jeong-eun will walk across the military dividing line from the side of the DPRK to the Korean side, and walk to the welcoming ceremony jointly with the text of the waiting at the dividing line. At the end of the ceremony, the two and their entourage will enter the peace house to begin talks. After the end of the day talks, the two sides will sign and issue a joint statement. This will be the first face-to-face meeting between the north and South leaders of the Korean Peninsula over the past ten years.