Trump’s warning on talks with North Korea’s Kim

Was that if they did not believe that they would produce results, they would speak.

The President told reporters on Wednesday: “If I feel that it is a meeting that will not be fruitful, we will not go.

“If meeting is not fruitful when I am there, then I will leave meeting with respect.”


Mr Trump was speaking at a news conference with Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Florida.

He said that his campaign of “maximum pressure” on North Korea would continue until Pyongyang gave up nuclear weapons.

North Korea has continued to pursue its nuclear programme and missile tests over recent years, ignoring international condemnation and UN sanctions.

However, it has promised to stop its tests while talking with the US.

The talks were suggested in the surprising movements made by Mr. Kim, are due to begin in late May or early June, but the place and exact date have not yet been confirmed.

Mr Donald Trump has said that he is also pushing for the release of three Americans held in North Korea, who says that there was a “good chance” of success.

One day after the news has been announced that Mr. Pompey State Secretary Mr. Donald Trump pick went to North Korea earlier this month for a secret meeting with Mr. Kim.

Three prisoners were mentioned, but the main purpose of the visit of the CIA director was to do basic work for the Donald Trump-Kim negotiation.

Mr Donald Trump said the meeting went “very smoothly”,  and

adding that a “good relationship was formed”.

Meanwhile, South Korean President Moon Jae-in is to meet Mr Kim on 27 April to discuss a formal end to the 1950-53 Korean War.

The war ended with a truce, not a peace treaty, technically leaving the two countries at war.

A South Korean presidential official said: “As one of the plans, we are looking at a possibility of shifting the Korean Peninsula’s armistice to a peace regime.

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