US President Donald Trump has formed a “special bond” with North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un. Trump said on Tuesday at the end of a historic meeting with the North Korea Leader in Singapore.
The pair signed what Trump called a “pretty comprehensive” and “very important” document, which spoke of “new US-DPRK relations”.
For his part, Kim said the two Cold War adversaries had vowed to “leave the past behind”, pledging “the world will see a major change.”
The extraordinary summit- which looked impossible a couple of months ago, comes after the two nuclear-armed nations appeared on the verge of conflict late last year at the peak of verbal exchanges and at a time when North Korea conducted a series of nuclear and missile tests.
It was the first-ever meeting between sitting leaders of the two countries and was closely watched by millions around the world.
“We’ll meet again,” Trump said after a signing ceremony.
Earlier, the pair had a conversation and a historic handshake.
Pictures From The Historic Meeting In Singapore (Photo Credit: US Department of State)