Trump Kim summit: North Korean media celebrates meeting

Trump Kim summit: North Korean media celebrates meeting

"A long trip, but everybody can now feel much safer than the day I took office".

Sebastian Gorka praised President Trump after his summit with Kim Jong Un that went "beyond all expectations".

And he rejected widespread criticism of Trump's announcement that the US is suspending military exercises with South Korea and Japan - a long-sought North Korean and Chinese goal that took the Seoul, Tokyo, US military officials and lawmakers by surprise.

The move - long demanded by Pyongyang - has been seen as major concession to North Korea and appeared to take U.S. allies in the region by surprise. "South Korean alliance", said Moon Seong-mook, a former South Korean military official and current head of the Unification Strategy Centre in Seoul.

"I don't think they're so confident right now", the president said. "No longer - sleep well tonight!"

It devoted half of its six pages to the meeting and splashed 33 photos of Kim and Trump shaking hands, attending a working lunch and sitting down to sign the agreement to denuclearize on the cover and on the inside pages.

And let's not forget to thank Dennis Rodman, who, five years ago, tried to tell President Obama that Kim Jong-un was open to talking.

Republican senators have suggested that the lack of detail in the agreement was not unexpected, and that the summit was mainly a "first step" in a series of negotiations.

The report also mentioned that Kim invited Trump to Pyongyang while Trump invited him to Washington and said both accepted the other's invitation as "another important occasion for improved relations".

He acknowledged that many difficulties are likely to lie ahead but vowed to work together with the U.S., North Korea and others to bring lasting peace to the Korean Peninsula. And it says they will commit to recovering the remains of prisoners of war and those missing in action. Not only was there no mention of verification and inspection, but the two sides didn't establish what denuclearization means. But the North has long sought an end to the U.S. military presence in the South, where Washington has around 28,000 troops stationed to protect it from its neighbour. There are still few details about Trump's decision to suspend U.S. "war games" in South Korea, which could fuel discussion about a weakening of the alliance. "Whatever you want. Just stop touching me!'" Corden said on The Late Late Show.

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Trump and Kim were returning to their respective strongholds following the talks - but to far different receptions.

After a day filled with smiles and handshakes watched around the world, the USA "committed to provide security guarantees" to North Korea.

The two leaders met on Tuesday, signing a brief declaration on denuclearisation and reducing tensions. "I know a lot about airplanes; it's very expensive".

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He said dismantling the North's nuclear arsenal and ending the disputes could be a "long process that could take one year, two years or even longer".

While Trump was facing questions at home and among allies about whether he gave away too much in return for too little at the summit, North Korean state media heralded claims of a victorious meeting with the US president.

Trump said he would invite Kim to the White House "at the appropriate time" and that Kim had already accepted the not-yet-extended invitation.

Critics in the United States said the joint statement by the two leaders was short on detail and that Trump had made too many concessions to Kim, whose country is under U.N. sanctions for its nuclear and weapons programs and is widely condemned for human rights abuses.

"Assuredly, Nigeria will continue to advocate and promote peaceful resolution of conflict and crises around world", the ministry stated.

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