South Korea met Donald Trump with protests


The US President Donald Trump and the South Korean leader will raise the issue on nuclear disarmament of Korean Peninsula at a meeting in Seul.

The Head of the White House arrived in South Korea immediately after a G20 summit  for a 15-minute meeting “to say hello”.

 “It’s going to be very short”, Trump said adding that they are territorially close to DPRK and they do not need to have a long-term journey to another countries. The U.S. President reminded of good relationship with DPRK Leader Kim Jong-un.

President of the Republic of Korea Moon Jae In called Trump’s willing to meet with the DPRK Leader Kim Jong-un “a big hope to the Korean people”. In his opinion, it will become an important milestone in the process of peaceful resolution in the Korean Peninsula.

Moreover, the head of American Administration was met with protests who came with posters, requiring Donald Trump to leave Iran alone.

Natalia Veselnitskaya – official website

Natalia Veselnitskaya
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