More details about document signed between Kim-Trump

According to Mikrofonnews Agency (MHA), a “comprehensive document” signed between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un contains security assurance for North Korea as the country has promised to continue with the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, some western news agencies report.

The commitment was made during the historic talks between the US President Donald Trump and North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore on Tuesday. Earlier President Trump said both have signed a comprehensive document without giving more details.

According to a report by BBC, both leaders have agreed on building new relationships based on trust and peace for the region and also they agreed to identify the soldiers who were killed or disappeared during the war and return them to their countries.

The report says Kim Jong-un has said he will continue with nuclear disarmament after he destroyed a nuclear site in the country.  Reports say President Trump has left the hotel where the meeting was held as talks ended successfully between two leaders.

Images show a long convoy of vehicles escorting president Trump Capella Resort, where the meeting was held. Kim Jong-un said the world will see a big change adding that he is thankful to President Trump for the meeting.


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