US Defense Minister: if there is a need for a peace agreement between the DPRK and the ROK, the United States will explore the withdrawal of troops from the peninsula.

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 US Defense Minister: if there is a need for a peace agreement between the DPRK and the ROK, the United States will explore the withdrawal of troops from the peninsula.


Overseas network April 28, US Defense Minister Matisse, local time on Friday (27), said the United States will discuss the withdrawal of US troops from the Korean peninsula with their allies, if the DPRK requests it as part of the conditions for a peace agreement. According to the Russian satellite news agency, Matisse met with Polands defense minister Beisach at The Pentagon on the 27 day of the local time. After the announcement, first of all, this is one of the issues that will be discussed with our allies. Of course, we will also discuss with the DPRK. Just yesterday (27), the DPRK ROK summit was held at the peace house on the side of the south side of Panmunjom. The president of South Korea signed the Panmunjom manifesto with Kim Jeong-eun, the supreme leader of the DPRK, and published it jointly. The declaration includes: the Korean leaders agree to achieve a nuclear free Peninsula through the complete denuclearization as a common goal; declare the peninsula no longer war and cease all hostilities; strive to declare the end of the war in the year, urge the United States, the United States, the United States, the United States, the United States and the South Korea; declare the event of the reunion of the discrete family members in August 15th, and announce 5 Since July 1, we have stopped the border propaganda; we have announced that we can talk at any time through regular talks hotlines, and Wen Yin will visit North Korea this autumn. This is not Trumps first intention to withdraw troops from the Korean Peninsula. Earlier, on March 14th local time, Trump said at a dinner party, we are losing money in both trade and army. we sent 32 thousand troops on the Korean Peninsula to let us see. Trumps remarks triggered an uproar in South Korea. Most of the views were that Trump was intended to imply that the withdrawal of American troops in Korea would be pressed on the ongoing trade negotiations between the South and the United States. At that time, South Korean foreign minister Kang Jing and March 18th said, we have great confidence in the Korea US alliance and firmly believe that the US troops will not leave South Korea. She also said that any speech by President Trump is important for South Korea, which in the past few decades has been the basis for peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula and in Northeast Asia.