After North Korea announced its abandonment of nuclear weapons, Trump praised Kim Jeong-eun for respectable.

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 After North Korea announced its abandonment of nuclear weapons, Trump praised Kim Jeong-eun for respectable.


US President Trump: speaking of North Korea, we plan to have a meeting with Kim Jeong-eun. The meeting will be held soon. Kim Jeong-eun has always been very frank. From what we have observed, he is very respectable. Over the past few years, the DPRK has made many commitments, but never before. On the other hand, Susan Thornton, deputy secretary of state in charge of Asia Pacific regional affairs in the United States, told reporters that the US government does not want to repeat the mistakes and will test the sincerity of the DPRKs nuclear abandonment by actual action. Thornton mentioned that the United States used to allow North Korea to delay the process of denuclearization so that it could win time for the development of nuclear weapons, which the United States regarded as past mistakes. As the DPRK announced the decision to discarding the nuclear test site recently, she said the DPRKs statement was a good signal, but not enough to convince the us that the North Korean practice of the public commitment would help to build mutual trust. The White House spokesman, local time 23, also said that the United States would not give substantive sanctions until the DPRK completely abandons its nuclear weapons and dismantling its nuclear arsenal. White House spokesman Saunders: unless the DPRK implements specific nuclear disarmament measures, the US sanctions against the DPRK will not be relaxed. Things are moving in the right direction, but we still have a long way to go. Source: CCTV network editor: Han Jiapeng _NN9841 On the other hand, Susan Thornton, deputy secretary of state in charge of Asia Pacific regional affairs in the United States, told reporters that the US government does not want to repeat the mistakes and will test the sincerity of the DPRKs nuclear abandonment by actual action. Thornton mentioned that the United States used to allow North Korea to delay the process of denuclearization so that it could win time for the development of nuclear weapons, which the United States regarded as past mistakes. As the DPRK announced the decision to discarding the nuclear test site recently, she said the DPRKs statement was a good signal, but not enough to convince the us that the North Korean practice of the public commitment would help to build mutual trust. The White House spokesman, local time 23, also said that the United States would not give substantive sanctions until the DPRK completely abandons its nuclear weapons and dismantling its nuclear arsenal. White House spokesman Saunders: unless the DPRK implements specific nuclear disarmament measures, the US sanctions against the DPRK will not be relaxed. Things are moving in the right direction, but we still have a long way to go.