President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un signed on to four points in their summit:
- The U. S. and North Korea commit to establishing a new relationship between the two countries.
- The U. S. and North Korea will work to build a peaceful regime on the Korean Peninsula.
- North Korea has re-committed to complete denuclearization, reaffirming the Panmunjom Declaration in April of this year.
- The U. S. and North Korea commit to the recovery of POW and MIA remains.
As Trump has said from the beginning, this is only the beginning of a very long process. The agreement does not include details of when the denuclearization of North Korea will begin or how it will be verified. Those details are to come, Trump said.
Still, it’s a beginning, and for that President Trump deserves credit, as does Mike Pompeo, the U. S. Secretary of State. Let’s pray that negotiations between the two countries will continue and that, perhaps, some progress will be made in bringing prosperity and freedom to the people of North Korea.
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