What is the desire to reduce the size of US troops in Korea? Chong Wa Dae emergency White House: its not a fact

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 What is the desire to reduce the size of US troops in Korea? Chong Wa Dae emergency White House: its not a fact


Overseas network May 4, the New York Times reported that the United States President Trump is considering the reduction of the number of U.S. troops in Korea, the South Korean presidential palace Chong Wa Dae said the United States officials have told the South Korea, the report is not true. According to Yonhap, the 4 day of Chong Wa Dae said an official from the National Security Council of the white house told the South Korea that the United States did not consider reducing the number of US troops stationed in Korea, and the so-called report was not true. Earlier, the US media quoted sources as saying that Trump had ordered the US Defense Department to be prepared to reduce the number of US troops in South Korea. The officials said that the recent peace agreement between Korea and Korea may mean that the Korean Peninsula no longer needs more than 20 thousand American soldiers. In addition, Trump has been considering withdrawing from the US troops. He believes that the United States did not get enough funds to maintain the garrison. South Korea will pay nearly half the cost of maintaining US troops in South Korea, with a total of more than $800 million per year, according to an agreement between the two countries at the end of 2018, but the Trump administration requires the ROK to bear all the costs. US Defense Secretary Matisse said earlier that the United States would discuss with its allies the withdrawal of US forces from the Korean Peninsula. In a statement published in April 27th, he said, first of all, this is one of the issues that will be discussed with our allies and, of course, we will discuss with the DPRK, he said in a statement published in April 27th. In May 2nd, the core leader of the Chong Wa Dae said in South Korea, the Chong Wa Dae side said that after signing the peace agreement with the DPRK, the US Army still needs to continue to be stationed in South Korea. Source: overseas web author: Liu Kun editor in charge: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310 Earlier, the US media quoted sources as saying that Trump had ordered the US Defense Department to be prepared to reduce the number of US troops in South Korea. The officials said that the recent peace agreement between Korea and Korea may mean that the Korean Peninsula no longer needs more than 20 thousand American soldiers. In addition, Trump has been considering withdrawing from the US troops. He believes that the United States did not get enough funds to maintain the garrison. South Korea will pay nearly half the cost of maintaining US troops in South Korea, with a total of more than $800 million per year, according to an agreement between the two countries at the end of 2018, but the Trump administration requires the ROK to bear all the costs. US Defense Secretary Matisse said earlier that the United States would discuss with its allies the withdrawal of US forces from the Korean Peninsula. In a statement published in April 27th, he said, first of all, this is one of the issues that will be discussed with our allies and, of course, we will discuss with the DPRK, he said in a statement published in April 27th.