President Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un concluded an extraordinary summit Tuesday with lofty promises by the American president to take care of a "very risky problem" and Kim forecasting "major change for the world".
The summit on Sentosa island in Singapore had been hurriedly prepared in three months, with negotiators meeting three times on Monday in an attempt to bridge the differences between the two sides over what denuclearisation looks like.
Recover remains of prisoners of war from the 1950-1953 Korean war.
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He said the United States' relationship with the DPRK and the Korean Peninsula "is going to be a very much different situation than it has in the past". Beyond the impact on both leaders' political fortunes, the summit could shape the fate of countless people - the citizens of impoverished North Korea, the tens of millions living in the shadow of the North's nuclear threat, and millions more worldwide. The length of the contact, their facial expressions and body language, the stunning backdrop of interlocked national flags - all of it was instantly analysed, criticised and marvelled at in tweets and commentary in South Korea, the United States and beyond. "We will know very soon because the negotiations are continuing", he added.
Kim's official carrier, the four-decades-old Soviet-made Ilyushin Il-62, dubbed the "Air Force Un", was deemed unfit for the voyage.
Abraham Denmark, a deputy assistant secretary of defense for East Asia affairs during the Obama administration, said Tuesday that the United States has previously canceled military exercises with South Korea while attempting to negotiate with its neighbor to the north. The second, Key Resolve, focuses more on command-and-control preparations, with a heavy reliance on computer simulation and about 12,200 USA troops and 10,000 South Koreans involved, the Pentagon said in the spring.
He added: "Building upon the agreement reached today, we will take a new path going forward".
"I'm just happy to be a part of it", he told reporters at Changi Airport.
"I really, really hope for a good outcome", said Yoon Ji, a professor at Sungshin University in Seoul.
Light on specifics, the document largely amounted to an agreement to continue discussions as it reiterated previous public statements and past commitments.
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Kim smiled as he heard the translator interpret the president's remarks, before weighing in with a brief statement of his own. Described by his critics as a mini-Stalin, Kim has been on something of a charm offensive in Singapore since arriving Sunday.
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