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Donald Trump to seek complete irreversible denuclearisation of Korean Peninsula: White House

Donald Trump to seek complete irreversible denuclearisation of Korean Peninsula: White House

North Korean state media said the men, one of whom had been held since 2015 and the other two since a year ago, were arrested either for subversion or "hostile acts" against the government.

As of now, the June 12 summit would be a one-day affair, he said.

The Ministry of Unification, however, was never able to directly interview the women, who were under the protection of the South Korean spy agency.

Trump heads into the summit hoping to gain an agreement from Kim to give up his nuclear weapons and end North Korea's ballistic missile program.

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US President Donald Trump has announced the date and the location of his planned summit with North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un via a Twitter message on Thursday morning (10 May). Referring to the possibility of reaching a denuclearisation deal with North Korea, Trump said: "We will see if we can do something that people did not think was going to happen for many, many years and a lot of bad things could have happened in between".

"I wish I could take that decision back".

Moon Jae-in, the president of South Korea, is pledging to boost cultural exchanges with his country's neighbors to the north. Before his sentencing, the former Virginia resident publicly apologized for slandering North Korea's leadership, collecting and passing confidential information to South Korea and joining a smear campaign on the North's human rights situation. Authorities usually keep such matters quiet. The government denied that. Reuters was unable to contact any of them.

Heo admitted that he blatantly lied to the waitresses about the intended destination of their travels, telling them only that the business was relocating, and threatened them when they hesitated to follow directions, particularly when it came time for them to enter the South Korean embassy in Malaysia. Many traits originating before the 1950s remained shared, but while much of the art and music in South Korea over the last 65 or so years would be considered global in nature, North Korea embraced a self-sufficient philosophy and produced most of its own.

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Kuk Ok-hyeon, the South Korean restaurateur who said the group is not happy with the statements, said at least one of the women who have resettled in the South is "losing sleep" following the inter-Korea summit on April 27.

After four months of acclimatisation education - standard for defectors - the women were released into society, but their whereabouts were kept secret by the NIS and they had made no public comments until the television show on Thursday night.

But he said the ministry had had difficulty reaching them as the NIS had handled their resettlement.

"While the North Koreans say that nuclear disarmament should proceed stage by stage, taking into account reciprocal steps and in the absence of a threat from the United States, the U.S. side insists on North Korea's transparent and unconditional denuclearization", the expert noted.

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