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Trump-Kim Summit; Kim Says World will See Major Change

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The historic summit of United States President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was closed with signing a document. Based on Tempo`s observation on Tuesday, June 12, the two leaders were seemed satisfied toward the meeting.

“We have inked a document and we are honored to sign it,” said Trump without further detail the content.

Kim in front of the media conveyed similar statement. He thanked Trump for holding the summit and promised a change.

Read: Jokowi Hopes Trump Kim Summit will Bring Peace


“The world will see a major change,” Kim told the reporters after his historic meeting. He decided to leave the past behind.

Meanwhile, Trump said he will realize his promise to invite Kim to the White House. “Absolutely, I will,” said Trump, “there will be more summits to take place.”

After signing a document, Trump told the media that Kim is a very smart negotiator. The two leaders learned from each other and he called that prelude summit as the great meeting.


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