Tuesday, March 6, 2018

I Blame Trump's Aggressive Tweeting

North Korea told South Korea it was willing to give up its nuclear weapons, opening the door for talks with the U.S. while raising suspicions that Kim Jong Un was employing another tactic to ease sanctions.
Kim told visiting envoys from Seoul that he was ready to suspend weapons tests and hold candid talks with the U.S. to normalize relations, if the safety of his regime was guaranteed, the South Korean government said Tuesday. In response, South Korean President Moon Jae-in agreed to meet Kim for a summit along their shared border late next month.

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