Trump, Kim sign 'historic document' following meeting
2018-06-12 15:41:00

US President Donald Trump and Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) leader Kim Jong Un signed an "important" and "comprehensive" document that is said to underscore the progress they made Tuesday in Singapore.

There were no immediate details on the content of the document, but Trump said "a lot of goodwill has gone into this" and people would be impressed.

Asked whether the agreement would lead to denuclearization, Trump said that "we are starting that process very quickly." Kim pledged to "leave the past behind" and added that "the world will see a major change."

Trump said as leaders wrapped up their historical summit that he and Kim had formed a "special bond" and learned a lot from each other, adding that the US' relationship with the DPRK would be very different.

"This is going to lead to more and more and more,” Trump said, adding that he will "absolutely" invite Kim to the White House.

Trump hailed the meeting with Kim earlier, saying it was "better than anybody could have expected," and "a lot of progress" has been made, when he strolled with Kim after a working lunch at the Capella Hotel, site of their meeting.


Source:CGTN Editor:Hiram