Hanoi, Vietnam – It is certain that U.S. President Donald Trump will finally set a more comprehensive plan that will back up last year’s pact regarding the hermit country’s total denuclearization.
The Denuclearization Agreement
Last year’s joint statement of the two leaders in Singapore regarding the Korean peninsula’s nuclear disarmament only provided few details on how it will be a success. Analysts predict that this deal will be opened up once again on the Hanoi Summit, putting a clear plan on the table.
Trump sees the last year’s agreement as very comprehensive. But the public downplayed its significance due to persisting issues with Pyongyang. The said issues are due to the North Korean regime that has a different understanding of the agreed denuclearization agreement compared to others.
Despite last year’s agreement, reports indicate that North Korea continues to develop nuclear weapons in various hidden facilities throughout the country. According to a U.S. intelligence report in January, the North Korea regime will never give up its nuclear weapons development anytime soon.
Trump seems to treat the goal of this week’s summit of no great significance and added that he is in no hurry regarding the issue. Opposite to what he said last year where he believed that North Korea would start eliminating its nuclear capabilities.
Trump said last Tuesday that he has no pressing schedule and that the world would eventually see the denuclearization of North Korea when the time comes. He also added that he is in no rush with this issue, as long as North Korea is not conducting any nuclear tests.
Trump also posted on twitter saying that with total denuclearization, the hermit nation’s economy will rapidly grow, making the country an economic powerhouse. Trump also believes that the North Korean leader will make a wise decision during the Hanoi Summit.