Singapore, June 12 ─ The very first meeting between the U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korea leader Kim Jong Un kicked off in this morning at Capella hotel, Singapore. After their working lunch, President Trump told reporters that he and Kim Jong Un were off to “a signing.”
The historic summit began with an 12-second handshake, contributing chances for Trump and Kim to talk, including an one-on-one meeting. After lunch, President Trump told the reporters that they are “heading for a signing” during a brief stroll around Capella hotel with Kim, and also said that talks had gone “better than anybody could have expected.”
So far, there is no information on what they could be signing or whether any agreements have been reached. “We are going to announce soon,” Trump answered when reporters asked.
According to CNN, a US official confirmed that President Trump and Kim Jong Un will sign an agreement to acknowledge the progress of the talks and pledge to keep momentum going.