No hurry on North Korea denuclearisation

North Korea to Hand Over Up to 55 Sets of US Remains Soon: Reports

Trump - no hurry on North Korea denuclearisation

It seems US efforts to denuclearize North Korea as quickly as possible. have been put on the back-burner for a while. The hostages are back. Also, "there have been no rockets going up for a period of nine months".

"Discussions are ongoing and they're going very, very well", Trump told reporters. "Big benefits and exciting future for North Korea at end of process!". The president also famously called North Korea an "extraordinary threat" to the USA, justifying more pressure on Pyongyang.

Russian Federation has agreed to help the US negotiate with North Korea, President Donald Trump said Wednesday ― the same day a summit between Moscow and Pyongyang was announced.

The president's comments appear to mark a significant departure from demands he made of Mr Kim during their summit in Singapore in June, during which the North Korean leader agreed to work towards the "complete denuclearisation" of the Korean Peninsula in return for Washington guaranteeing the security of his regime.

"The sanctions are remaining".

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Repatriating remains of United States soldiers who perished during the 1950-53 conflict was part of a written agreement signed by Kim and Trump during their landmark summit in Singapore last month.

The news comes just weeks after the North Korean leader met with Donald Trump.

Before the Singapore summit, the Trump administration said denuclearisation should start "without delay", and after the meeting, it spoke of the process beginning "very quickly".

A senior USA defense official says Washington hopes North Korea returns about 50 sets of remains within two weeks, . but the details are still thought to be sketchy.

Following the US-North Korea summit in June between Mr Trump and Mr Kim, their mutual friend Rodman broke down in tears during an emotional TV interview in which he described the meeting as "amazing" and "a great day".

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