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Weekend Reads Trump Tweets ‘Very Nice Note’ He Says He Got From Kim Jong Un

21:58  12 july  2018
21:58  12 july  2018 Source:   msn.com

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President Donald Trump praised Kim Jong Un in an apparent effort to boost nuclear talks, after a series of setbacks raised doubts about U.S. efforts to convince the North Korean leader to give up his arsenal. Kim Jong Un 's Letter to Trump . Listen to article. 4:07.

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(Bloomberg) -- North Korean leader Kim Jong Un praised Donald Trump in a letter written before U.S.-North Korean talks hit a snag last week, saying the U.S. president’s “energetic and extraordinary efforts” in reshaping ties between the two countries will help create a “new future.”

“The significant first meeting with Your Excellency and the joint statement that we signed together in Singapore 24 days ago was indeed the start of a meaningful journey,” Kim wrote in an English translation of a July 6 letter that President Trump posted on Twitter Thursday.

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un praised Donald Trump in a letter written before U.S.-North Korean talks hit a snag last week, saying the U.S. president’s “energetic and extraordinary efforts” in reshaping ties between the two countries will help create A very nice note from Chairman Kim of North Korea.

“A very nice note from Chairman Kim of North Korea,” Trump said . Kim ’s letter was dated a day before U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo concluded a visit to Pyongyang that North Korea denounced as “cancerous” and “gangster-like.” The dust-up exposed key disagreements that have

Although the letter was written less than a week ago, it’s not clear where U.S.-North Korean talks stand now.

The letter’s date indicates it was written before Secretary of State Michael Pompeo’s visit late last week to Pyongyang, where the U.S. and North Korea struggled to agree over plans to denuclearize the Korean peninsula. That meeting concluded with North Korean state media calling the U.S. approach “cancerous” and “gangster-like.” The North Korean statement went on to say, however, that Kim’s regime still had confidence in Trump.

Kim’s letter also predates a planned meeting over the return of U.S. remains Thursday on the North Korean-South Korean border, where American military officials were stood up by their North Korean counterparts. The meeting was later rescheduled for July 15, according to South Korean officials.

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"Donald Trump says his letter from Kim Jong - un was “a very nice " - twitter .com. Eight minutes later, he says he hasn’t opened it President Trump and Kim Jong Un shake hands following the signing ceremony in Singapore on June 12, 2018. Trump added in his tweet .

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un praised Donald Trump in a letter after last month’s summit in Singapore, saying the US president’s “energetic and extraordinary efforts” in reshaping relations between the two countries will help create a “new future” for both sides.

Also on Thursday, U.S. officials presented the United Nations with data that North Korea has breached its annual cap for imports of refined petroleum products. The information, presented in a report seen by Bloomberg News, came with a U.S. call to other countries to halt to all transfers of refined petroleum products to North Korea and to be more vigilant in preventing unauthorized ship-to-ship transfers.

Despite the recent setbacks, “Great progress being made,” Trump tweeted on Thursday along with images of the letter in English and Korean, calling it a “very nice note from Chairman Kim.”

Kim’s missive also hinted at the possibility of another summit, saying that the “epochal progress in promoting the DPRK-U.S. relations will bring our next meeting forward.”

At the conclusion of the Singapore summit last month, Trump suggested he may invite Kim to the White House, or his retreat at Mar-a-Lago in Florida.

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