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Trump becomes first sitting president to set foot into North Korea
PANMUNJOM, South Korea 30 June 2019—  Donald Trump has become the
first sitting US president to step into North Korea as he met the north’s leader,
Kim Jong-un, in the Korean demilitarised zone (DMZ). The meeting marked the
first time the leaders of the US and North Korea have met on the front line of
the Korean peninsula conflict.

They shook hands over the border before Mr Kim invited Mr Trump to step
across, echoing his invitation to South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in during
their historic meeting in April 2018. The duo walked a little way into the north,
shook hands again in front of North Korean press, and walked back into the
south for their sit-down discussion.

It was Mr Trump and Mr Kim’s third meeting and came after Mr Trump and
Chinese leader Xi agreed on a temporary truce on their trade war. Mr Trump
and Mr Kim have previously committed to the “complete denuclearisation” of
the Korean peninsula, but their second meeting earlier this year ended in no
deal.

The meeting comes after Mr Trump declared his desire to meet Mr Kim at the
border “just to shake his hand and say Hello!” on Saturday. The South Korean
president, who announced that Mr Kim accepted Mr Trump’s invitation, praised
the two leaders for “being so brave” to hold the meeting on the side of the G20
summit in Osaka, Japan.

“I hope President Trump will go down in history as the president who achieves
peace on Korean Peninsula,” Mr Moon said. Mr Trump said he looked forward
to meeting Mr Kim, but sought to dampen expectations, predicting it would be
“very short”.

“Virtually a handshake, but that’s OK. A handshake means a lot,” he said.
Officials spent Sunday morning working out logistical and security details, Mr
Trump said during a media appearance with Mr Moon.

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