Trump Thanks Kim Jong-Un for the Absence of Ballistic Missiles in Anniversary Parade

Ballistic Missiles in Anniversary Parade
The moment in which President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un shake hands during the summit held in Singapore last June.

Ballistic Missiles in Anniversary Parade: President Donald Trump celebrated that ballistic missiles were not included during the parade for the 70th anniversary of North Korea. “Thank you, Kim, we have shown the world that they were wrong,” the president said today.

The US president Donald Trump today celebrated the absence of ballistic missiles at a military parade by the Government of North Korea on Sunday the 70th anniversary of the founding of the country.

” North Korea has just celebrated its parade in commemoration of the 70th anniversary, without the usual deployment of nuclear missiles,” Trump said on Twitter.

The US president highlighted a message he attributed to the Fox News channel, which states that “experts believe that North Korea has suppressed the nuclear missiles to show its commitment to the denuclearization of the president (Trump).”

The president considered that the central theme of the North Korean military parade was “peace and economic development”, for which he had words of thanks for the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un with whom he had a historic meeting on June 12 in Singapore.

“Thank you leader Kim, we have shown everyone that they were wrong, there is nothing like a good dialogue between two people who like each other much better than before I took office,” Trump concluded.

The North Korean leader presided over the parade but did not deliver a speech and the authorities chose not to show intercontinental or medium-range ballistic missiles.

After the meeting between the two leaders, both countries have staged some disagreements arising from the mutual accusations of not making sufficient progress in the agreements reached in Singapore.

At the end of August, Trump decided to cancel the trip that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo planned to make to North Korea, precisely because of that lack of “progress”.

Kim has reiterated his commitment to the dismantling of his atomic weapons program, something that, just a few days ago, sources of the South Korean Office of National Security indicated, should occur during Trump’s first term.

Trump said this Friday that Kim had sent him another letter that he hopes to receive soon and that he hoped it would be a “positive” letter that would help unblock the bilateral dialogue between the two countries.

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