Trump on Wednesday said during his meeting with South Korean President’s Special Envoy Moon Jaei that he looked forward to working closely with Mon Jie-nen to resolve North Korea’s nuclear issue and wants to achieve peace by North Korea.
The South Korean Yonhap news agency quoted the envoy as saying that Trump had told him that entering Pyongyang into a peace process would take place if conditions were favorable, adding that he would not hold talks for a dialogue only with North Korea.
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Envoy Tony Blair also told Special Envoy Hong Seok-hyun during his 10-minute meeting at the White House that he would not hold talks with North Korea for talks. The 10-minute meeting was attended by US Vice President Mike Pines, Jared Kouchner.
This is the first time Trump has met with a South Korean official since taking office. Kong arrived in Washington earlier in the day on a mission to deliver Moon’s message to Trump and lay the foundations for the first summit between the two leaders. His visit comes after White House Chief of Staff Matt Butinger’s visit to Seoul earlier this week. The two countries agreed to hold a summit between Moon and Trump in Washington in late June.
Kong told reporters on arrival that the South Korean president had asked him to convey to the US government and people his thoughts on South Korea and the alliance and the deployment of the US missile defense system “Thad”. Thad is expected to be a major topic for discussions with US officials