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India welcomes Trump-Kim summit; calls it 'positive development'

13 June 2018

The two men shook hands for several seconds beneath the white-washed walls of an upscale hotel in neutral Singapore, Trump reaching out to touch the North Korean leader on his right shoulder. "I thought it was interesting enough to show. and I showed it to him (Kim) today towards the end of the meeting and I think he loved it", the report said.

As per the Guardian, amid the handshakes and photo ops, Trump spoke of the "very comprehensive" agreement that would "take care of a very big and very risky problem for the world".

It was released to the media at a press conference on Tuesday. The White House is marking the meeting down as a success after the two leaders signed an agreement to move the relationship forward, in addition to receiving a pledge the regime will denuclearize.

Furthermore, President Trump promised to provide security guarantees to North Korea in exchange for Kim Jong Un's "firm and unwavering commitment to complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula".

And on condition of anonymity, a senior US government official told ABC News on Tuesday that the video is a USA government production.

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As one Twitter user asked: "Wait, was Haagen-Dazs a sponsor of the Trump-Kim lunch?"

Senior officials on the U.S. side who attended the working lunch between the USA president and the North Korean leader included the Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, the White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, the President's National Security Advisor John Bolton and his Press Secretary Sarah Sanders.

DPRK First Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye Gwan flatly dismissed Bolton's suggestion that Pyongyang should abandon its nuclear arsenal first to receive benefits on trade.

The document indicates the leaders will work toward establishment of "new US-Democratic People's Rrepublic of Korea relations". USA interests are represented by the Swedish embassy in Pyongyang.

Wang stressed that China would continue to play a constructive role in bringing peace to the Peninsula.

India welcomes Trump-Kim summit; calls it 'positive development'