Trump-Kim meet

‘Trump & Kim Have Been Working Behind The Scenes For This Historic Step On The DMZ’

Surya Gangadharan New Delhi 1 July 2019

It was a giant leap for Donald Trump: After the failed February summit in Vietnam with North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un, the two leaders symbolically met at the Demilitarized Zone to shake hands and set the diplomatic ball rolling again.  Normally such gestures are reserved for after a deal has been struck, this time it seems the gesture took precedence, but for valid reasons as Mr. Vishnu Prakash, India’s former Ambassador to South Korea, explains to SNI’s Surya Gangadharan.

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