Monday, April 30, 2018

President Trump Suggests DMZ Border Village As The Meeting Spot For U.S.-North Korean Summit

The Hill: Trump suggests border village as meeting spot for Korean summit

President Trump on Monday suggested his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un take place in the Truce Village between the borders of North Korea and South Korea.

“Numerous countries are being considered for the MEETING, but would Peace House/Freedom House, on the Border of North & South Korea, be a more Representative, Important and Lasting site than a third party country? Just asking!” Trump wrote on Twitter, referring to the location where the leaders of North Korea and South Korea recently met.

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WNU Editor: The North Koreans are not going to object.

More News On President Trump Suggesting The DMZ Border Village As The Meeting Spot For A U.S.-North Korean Summit

Trump floats DMZ as location for North Korea meeting -- AP
Trump suggests Korean truce village for Kim summit -- AFP
Trump Indicates Willingness to Meet North Korean Leader in the DMZ -- New York Times
Trump suggests meeting Kim Jong-un at Peace House on South Korea border -- The Guardian
Trump suggests Korea's Panmunjeom for Kim summit -- Korea Times


fred said...

a good spot. that is after all where the peace talks took place so many years ago and is in Korea itself

Anonymous said...

It's the obvious spot from a security angle. Trusting Kim is something nobody ought to do. Probably never.

Where else? Never Japan for obvious reasons.
China? I don't think Trump wants to give China any control over the summit.
Russia? No, same as China.
South Korea is the only place left.

Matthew Putnam said...

Deductively speaking, South Korea is the only place this should take place. Everything from the security concerns to the political optics of such a meeting should make it the most obvious location. I would be surprised if it takes place anywhere else.

Anonymous said...

I say have the meeting in Moscow just to spin the MSM into a frenzy...

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