May 19, 2024

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Trump “gives Kim a return flight in Air Force One”

Trump "gives Kim a return flight in Air Force One"

The BBC documentary reports that Donald Trump suggested that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un return the US presidential plane Air Force One to Pyongyang after meeting at the Hanoi summit in 2019.

According to the film, by name Trump takes over the world (Trump attacked the world), The former U.S. president “surprised even the most experienced diplomats” with the proposal, which Kim rejected.

Matthew Pattinger, Asia’s adviser to the former Republican president, told the BBC: “President Trump, who reported the information over the weekend, offered Kim a return flight in Air Force One.

“The president knew that Kim had arrived in Hanoi after a multi – day train journey through China, and the president said, ‘I can get home in two hours if you want.’ Kim rejected his offer.”

If the North Korean leader agrees to this proposal, his existence – and perhaps some part of his entourage – will raise many questions on the official flight of the American presidency over North Korean airspace. Security issues.

Kim went to his first summit with Donald Trump in Singapore in 2018, on a plane borrowed from China, where Beijing was determined to keep its sphere of influence in its sphere of influence. Between its borders is Buffer State and American troops are in South Korea.

At the Singapore summit, Donald Trump showed Kim the interior of his presidential car – a $ 1.5 million Cadillac, nicknamed “The Beast” – a testament to their agreement.

After exchanging insults and threats of nuclear war, Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump reached an extraordinary agreement, which the meetings have historically recognized as symbolic. No progress has been made on the tedious issue of Pyongyang’s nuclear and ballistic programs. Negotiations have stalled since the failure of the second summit between the two in Hanoi in late February 2019.

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One reason for the stalemate is the lack of consensus on what concessions North Korea should offer instead of lifting international sanctions against it.

Kim called the United States “North Korea’s greatest enemy” last month, saying “Washington’s policy on Pyongyang will never change,” “whoever is in power in the United States.”

North Korean state media have not yet named the new US president, Joe Biden.

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