Cambodia PM Hopes Trump Meeting Can Bring Peace to Korean Peninsula

Fredrick Soto
May 15, 2018

According to him, the U.S. is ready to lift the sanctions in order to open the way for private American investment in energy, infrastructure and agricultural sector of North Korea.

North Korea's nuclear weapons should be dismantled and sent to the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee if Kim wants to see a relaxation of sanctions, John Bolton said during an interview on ABC's "This Week" on Sunday.

"Now, they have doubled, shooting up to 6,000 or 7,000 in just two weeks", the realtor said. Whether it be sitting down with the leaders of Mexico, Canada, China and Japan to negotiate fairer deals for American workers and farmers, traveling to Europe to put real and meaningful preconditions for the continued use of USA assistance dollars, dealing with the dysfunctional United Nations, or most recently using both the carrot and stick in dealing with North Korea and Iran, the President is changing America's role in worldwide affairs for the better.

After Trump's announcement to exit the Iran deal, Guterres said in a statement that he is "deeply concerned" with Trump's decision to begin reinstating US sanctions against Iran. "No president has ever put America in a position where the North Korean leadership thought that this was truly possible that the Americans would actually do this", Pompeo told Fox News.

North Korean leader Kim Jong un and US President Donald Trump.

But the relationship has soured somewhat in recent years, with Cambodia expressing unhappiness at North Korea's ballistic missile tests.

Pressed in a separate interview on whether the US would seek regime change, Pompeo said "only time will tell how these negotiations will proceed".

"We can create conditions for real economic prosperity for the North Korean people that will rival that of the South", he said. Pompeo praised this as "one step along the way". "They are in great need of agricultural equipment and technology", he said on CBS' "Face the Nation". The JCPOA provided Iran relief from UN-imposed sanctions in return for curbing its uranium enrichment program and granting access to inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). The regime's dictator Kim Jong-Un never trusted the United States and is unlikely to follow through with an agreement in any case, the former Obama official said.

Abe will also press Trump to bring up the abduction issue during his meeting with Kim.

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