U.S President, Donald Trump,on Monday told Bloomberg that he would be willing to meet North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, in the right condition.
Washington in a statement after Trump’s remarks,said North Korea leader would need to meet many conditions before any meeting between the two leaders could take place.
White house Spokesman Sean Spicer said Washington wanted to see the North end its provocative behaviour immediately but “Clearly conditions are not there right now.
The united states president said “If it would be appropriate for me to meet with him, I would, absolutely I would be honoured to do it,” for the peace of both nation.
“he would be “honoured” to meet the tubby tyrant – who has threatened to reduce America to “ashes” with a “super-mighty” nuclear strike.
Dailystar reported that, the 70-year-old business tycoon shocked the world by describing Kim as a “smart cookie” and praised the 33-year-old for keeping control of the isolated state at such a young age.
The amid escalating tensions over North Korea’s nuclear programme, came a day after Trump labelled Jong-un “a pretty smart cookie”.
Washington, president trump told CBS News that “At a very young age, he was able to assume power. A lot of people, I’m sure, tried to take that power away, whether it was his uncle or anybody else. And he was able to do it. So obviously, he’s a pretty smart cookie”.
“But we have a situation that we just cannot let; we cannot let what’s been going on for a long period of years continue,” he added.
“North Korean leader has not met with any foreign leaders since taking control in 2011 and has not left his country. he said i was willing to talk to the leader in an interview with Reuters while running for office last year.”he added”.
“What I’m concerned about most nights is North Korea, every time they launch we’re not sure if this is a threat missile or not,” said Gen. John Hyten.
According to CNN, a key question: does North Korea have a functioning intercontinental ballistic missile, “Our working assumption right now is that North Korea has an ICBM that can reach Hawaii, Guam, and parts of west coast, for example San Francisco city is under the reach, but we can’t know for sure because North Korea has never successfully tested intercontinental ballistic missiles,” said analyst Sue Mi Terry.
The president sounding an alarming message, “Nobody’s safe. I mean, who’s safe? The guy’s got nuclear weapons, so nobody’s safe. We’re probably not safe over here. If he gets the long-range missiles, we’re not safe either.”
The North Korea’s newspaper Rodong Sinmun said in an editorial the country is ready to illustrate its “military force” by sinking a “nuclear-powered aircraft carrier with a single strike.”
The state newspaper claimed to have weaponry which “can reach continental US and Asia Pacific region” and the “absolute weapon” hydrogen bomb.