President Moon: ‘I Hope That President Trump Will Go Down in History as the President Who Achieved Peace on the Korean Peninsula’

‘President Trump and I are on the same page when it comes to denuclearization and we share common goals’


MOON: “I tend my warmest welcome to President Trump from the republic of Korea. The Korean peninsula together with President Trump has become the land [inaudible] Since the declaration of armistice the United States and North Korea will be meeting for the first time in history, the leaders of theouts and North Korea will be standing face to face at the symbol of division and make handshakes for peace. We’ll continue to communicate with each other in dialogue, we can move forward the best situation. This is something we’ll be able to see. South and north will be able to be confident about peace and the world can cheer on president Trump and chairman Kim with high expectations. What we need here is enduring peace on Korean peninsula. I hope that President Trump will go down in history as the president that has achieved peace on the Korean peninsula. Peace requires more courage and conflict. I would like to extend my appreciation to the true leaders for being so brave and I’m overwhelmed with emotion because we have been able to proof the way toward peace for the Korean peninsula. It’s the only option for achieving complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. President Trump and I are on the same page when it comes to denuclearization and we share common goals. For normalization of relations committed to in the Singapore agreement we concur it will be vitally important.”

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