Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un meet, talk, and shake hands in the historic U.S.-North-Korean peace summit in Singapore.

Daphne Basel

2018-06-06 09:39:00 Wed ET

Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un meet, talk, and shake hands in the historic peace summit between America and North Korea in Singapore. At the start of the bilateral peace summit, Trump indicates a terrific bilateral relationship in the way forward and thus expects the summit to be a tremendous success. Kim admits numerous obstacles that both sides had to overcome in order to get to this historic moment.

U.S. State Secretary Mike Pompeo, nevertheless, warns that American economic sanctions will remain in effect until North Korea completely denuclearizes its major arsenals. Many senior U.S. foreign-policy technocrats emphasize that North Korea has yet to attain complete, verifiable, and irreversible denuclearization (CVID).

Former NBA star Dennis Rodman contributes to *basketball diplomacy*, bursts into tears in a CNN live interview about the summit, and wishes the best for the future peace and prosperity of both countries. The world's major stock indices rise in response to the historic peace summit between Trump and Kim.

Due to a substantial reduction in geopolitical risk, the recent tripartite peace talks among America, North Korea, and South Korea help alleviate investor concerns and sentiments about international economic policy uncertainty.

The Korean peninsula has been a major flashpoint in East Asia since the Korean War took place 65 years ago. During the new peace summit, Trump and Kim have signed a comprehensive denuclearization agreement in order to free North Korea from draconian U.N. economic sanctions. U.S. and most East Asian stock markets enjoy healthy gains due to sound and steady U.S.-Korean relations in recent times.

 


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