North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has shown his unwillingness to talk with the head of the United States, Joe Biden. This was announced on Saturday, June 5, by former US President Donald Trump.
He stressed that Kim Jong-un is a “special guy” with whom Trump managed to find a common language and stop the disaster in the form of a nuclear war with North Korea.
“Now you don’t hear anything about North Korea, because there is nothing to hear. Biden doesn’t like Kim Jong-un and has no one to talk to, “the former American president said during his speech at a Republican meeting in North Carolina, which was broadcast by C-SPAN…
On May 22, Joe Biden, during a meeting with South Korean leader Moon Jae-in, announced his readiness to meet with Kim Jong-un, but not without certain conditions.
In turn, Moon Jae In told Biden that Pyongyang must be returned to the “path of dialogue”, since the issue of denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula is a “matter of survival” for his country.
Earlier, on May 14, representatives of the US military departments announced that the United States is ready to use all its potential, including nuclear, in order to contain the threats posed by the DPRK. In addition to nuclear capabilities, the United States intends to use conventional anti-missile weapons.
Donald Trump met with Kim Jong Un twice. The first summit of the two countries at the highest level was held in Singapore in the summer of 2018. As a result, the leaders signed a joint document and agreed that Washington will provide the DPRK with security guarantees, and Pyongyang will move towards complete nuclear disarmament.
The second talks took place on June 30, 2019 at the Freedom House at Panmunjom in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) on the border of the two Koreas. Following the meeting, Trump announced that he had agreed with the North Korean leader on the creation of special groups of negotiators that would work out the details of a “good deal” on the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.