South Korean president calls for North Korea’s “defeating bushes” Trump’s failure

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President Moon Jae-in is in talks with Secretary-General at Cheong Wa Dae in Seoul


KoreaPresident Moon Jae-in Criticizing Donald TrumpHis efforts to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula said he “failed” in his diplomacy to North Korea..

“He hit the bush and couldn’t get through it,” Moon said. Interview with New York Times..

South Korean President to meet US President Joe Biden Next month, he said he hopes to step down as a “historical” leader to achieve substantial and irreversible progress in a deadlock. Denuclearization To process.

Mr Moon said denuclearization is a “survival problem” for South Korea.

His remarks are coming at an important time when the President of the United States will meet him next month and Mr Moon will be in his final year in office. The South Korean president helped mediate two meetings between Mr. Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

He criticized Mr. Trump for failing to secure a long-term concession from Pyongyang before withdrawing from the planned second summit in Hanoi. Negotiations stagnated for almost two years, and the two countries were unable to reach an agreement on denuclearization.

Mr Moon also said the deteriorating relations between China and the United States could undermine negotiations over denuclearization.

“If tensions between the United States and China increase, North Korea can take advantage of it,” Mr. Biden urged Mr. Biden to work with Beijing.

Mr Moon urged the United States to implement a “mutually credible roadmap” with North Korea.

“I hope Biden will resign as a historic president who has made substantial and irreversible progress for the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and a peace agreement,” Moon added.

The Biden administration has not yet disclosed its foreign policy towards North Korea, but said the policy review is in the final stages.

North Korea, seen as a provocation at the “lower end of the spectrum” by Biden administration officials, fired two Short-range ballistic missile Last month, contrary to a UN resolution banning such things initiated by the state. The launch raised concerns, and experts called it a tactic that puts pressure on the US president because it was the first such test since he took office.

Mr. Trump indirectly defended his relationship with Mr. Kim during a Fox News interview with Sean Hanity.

“I have a great relationship with a particular man who has great power over North Korea,” Trump said.

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