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U.S. President Trump issued two articles on social media on the 22nd. First, he welcomed North Korea’s decision to suspend the nuclear test. Then he decided that the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula still has a “long way to go”.
Trump posted the text on his Twitter account: "We haven't given up on anything. They have agreed to denuclearization (to the world is fantastic), shut down the testing ground, and no longer experiment!"
North Korea announced that it will suspend nuclear test and launch test of intercontinental ballistic missiles and abandon the northern nuclear test site since the 21st. Multinational leaders welcome this decision.
At the same time, the United States is cautious about this move by the United States. Senator Bob Cork, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and a Republican Senator, told CNN: “Everyone in the government and the Congress is skeptical and cautious about this matter.”
According to Cork, he himself did not “definitely deduct” from existing remarks the conclusion that the DPRK intends to embark on denuclearization, that is, the definition defined by the US to destroy existing nuclear weapons.
Reuters reported that Trump’s North Korea’s “has agreed to denuclearization” may be an “overinterpretation” of the DPRK’s current posture.
A few minutes after the release of the previous tweet, Trump sent another tweet and said: “We still have a long way to go to end North Korea (the current state). Things may or may not be resolved. Only time can tell us the answer.” This was seen by the media as Trump’s response to the previous reaction.
In an interview with Columbia Broadcasting Corporation, Republican Senator Tom Corton said that North Korea has not stated its attitude toward short-range or medium-range missiles. “It was announced on Friday that (suspending the test) was better than continuing the test, but not much better.”
Trump is scheduled to meet Kim Jong-un, the top leader of North Korea, at the end of May or early June. The exact time and location have yet to be determined.
From March 31st to April 1st, Trump’s nominated Secretary of State and the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, Mike Pompeo, secretly visited the DPRK as presidential envoy and met with Kim Jong-un. Trump said the dialogue was successful but did not disclose more details.
Senator Diana Feinstein of Democrats said in an interview with CBS that if Trump meets with Kim Jong-un, "(Meeting) going well and being able to reach a possible agreement will be "extremely important." "The problem is, Whether the agreement can be sustained."
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