US President Donald Trump has been invited at the summit in Hanoi, four weeks ago, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, to pass all the nuclear weapons to the United States. He presented an Insider, according to Kim on 28. February a document.
In the paper, the Reuters news Agency, is required, among other things, in addition to the delivery of the weapons and weapons parts, a complete removal of all nuclear infrastructure, access by U.S. inspectors as well as the transfer of the nuclear program scientists involved in civilian projects. It was the first Time that Trump had made against Kim clearly what he meant by denuclearization, said the Insider.
The US President's office did not respond initially to the request for an opinion. The Ministry of foreign Affairs in Washington rejected a Manifestation of the classified document. The peak was on 28. February terminated inconclusively, a lunch, the two heads of state was cancelled. A further Meeting has been agreed. Also the backgrounds were not called.
North Korea don't want a Libya-model
Trumps National security adviser, John Bolton, had spoken following the summit, in a television interview about the document, but no Details. Bolton has long been regarded as the representative of a hard line stance toward North Korea and supporters of a "Libya model" for the denuclearization.
Libya had given up its nuclear weapons in 2004, in the United States. Seven years later, the United States participated in a Nato Mission in the North African country, which led to the overthrow of the government of Muammar Gaddafi. North Korea rejects Libyan model. A representative of the country referred to the "terrible fate" of Gaddafi.
The government in Pyongyang has repeatedly spoken out against unilateral disarmament and the arms program was for the defence of the country. (sda)
Created: 30.03.2019, 06:09 PM