DHAKA: Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un have signed a document together at the end of their talks in Singapore on Tuesday (June 12), after the US president hailed the “historic meeting” and the North Korean leader said “The world will see a major change”.
The contents of the document are not yet known, but CNN cited a senior US official who said that both men would agree a joint statement recording the progress of the summit.
Trump said the document was historic and comprehensive and Kim said the pair had agreed to “leave the past behind.” Posing for photographs afterwards, Trump said he had learned that Kim was a “very talented man” who loves his country very much.
Before the signing, Trump said the Singapore summit had gone “better than anybody could have imagined”.
Source: The Guardian
BDST: 1241 HRS, JUN 12, 2018