North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said today the world will see “a major change” after he and US President Donald Trump signed a “comprehensive” document outlining a commitment toward denuclearization on the Korean peninsula.
Speaking after his summit with Kim, Trump said he and the North Korean leader have developed “a very special bond” and promised to give details about the meeting and the document in a press conference in the afternoon.
Mr Trump said a turning point in US-North Korean relationship has been achieved. “We’re both going to do something, and we’ve developed a very special bond…we’re going to take care of a very big and dangerous problem for the rest of the world,” he said adding “It worked out far better for both of us than anybody could have expected,” he added.
Kim, meanwhile, described the summit as a “very historic meeting, overcoming our past history and embarking on a new beginning…the world will see a major change.”