By Hyonhee Shin and Josh Smith
SEOUL (Reuters) – U.S. Pat. Trump's own unprecedented meeting with North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un.
Trump. President Donald Trump was pleased that the leaders of the two Korea reaffirmed the goal of complete denuclearization during their summit Kim and Moon vowed "complete denuclearization" of the Korean peninsula at the first inter-Korean summit in more than a decade.
Moon and Trump Trump and Kim, and Blue House said,
A senior US Trump-Kim summit.
"Trump said it was good news for not just the two Koreas but the whole world that they affirmed the goal of realizing a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula through a complete denuclearization, "South Korea's presidential Blue House said.
Trump, who called the 75-minute chat on "A Long and Very Good Talk" on Twitter, said he would take Kim
"It's going to be a very important meeting, the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula," he said at a campaign rally in Washington, Michigan, on Saturday.
The White House said
Trump had so informed Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that he would urge North Korea to promptly
On Saturday, North Korea's state media lauded Friday's Summit on the Peninsula, releasing the joint statement by Kim and Moon as part of a multi-page spread with m ore than 60 photos from the visit.
"The North-South relations, peace on the Korean Peninsula
It has been said that "amicable atmosphere overflowing with feelings of blood relative."
Two days after the historic meeting has been produced South Korean media were replaying striking scenes of the two leaders, while North Korean state TV broadcast.
Most of the specific commitments outlined in the official declaration focused on Pyongyang is willing to give up its arsenal of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles.
In their coverage of the summi t, North Korean state media made rare mentions of the denuclearization discussion, but did not go into specifics, highlighting the broad themes of peace, prosperity, and Korean unity.
Trump said he was "playing."
"It's never gone this far.
Still, Trump said he would maintain pressure on North Korea and "not repeat the mistakes of past administrations."
Malcolm Turnbull praised Trump's negotiations on North Korea and said he helped bring the two Korean leaders together.
"Donald Trump has made a very strong, hard line on the denuclearization issue and he says, "Turnbull told a televised news conference, referring to" overwhelming "economic ties between China and North Korea.
Australia wants to send a military aircraft to the North Korean vessels suspected of transferring illicit goods into defiance of UN sanctions , he said.
Iran, facing a possible Washington is not a "qualified" partner in the negotiations.
"Iran sees (the summit) as an important step in the right direction that can." "The US government is not a credible actor, does not comply with its international obligations and does not not." (19659026) "Iranian foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi is quoted as saying by state media "Qasemi added."
An editorial in the Official China Daily on Saturday said the end of the year was over
"The denuclearization of the peninsula, written in the Panmunjom Declaration, is only a prospect with no specific plan
(Reporting by Hyonhee Shin, Christine Kim and Josh Smith at SEOUL, Amanda Becker at WASHINGTON, Michigan, Ben Blanchard in.) BEIJING, Alison Bevege at SYDNEY, and Dubai newsroom. Editing by Gerry Doyle and Susan Thomas)