Trump asked Kim Jong-UN to transfer to the US nuclear weapons of North Korea

During the summit in Hanoi in February, the US President Donald Trump handed over to the leader of the DPRK Kim Jong-UN a document calling for to transport of North Korean nuclear weapons and fuel to the United States. This was reported on Friday by Reuters.

According to him, Trump gave the leader of the DPRK version of the document in Korean and English in Hanoi hotel Metropol on February 28.
As a knowledgeable source told the Agency, this document should show what the United States meant by “the final and fully verifiable denuclearization of North Korea”.

The English version of the document, which the Agency has read, calls for the complete dismantling of the DPRK’s nuclear infrastructure, the elimination of biological and chemical weapons programmes, as well as all ballistic missiles, launchers and related facilities. In addition, the document contains requirements for Pyongyang to provide a comprehensive Declaration on its nuclear program and to suspend the construction of any nuclear infrastructure facilities, as well as to provide access for inspectors from the United States and international specialists.

Author: Flyn Braun
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