US President Donald Trump fully supported his intention to meet with North Korean leader
Japan's Prime Minister, Abe Shinzone, said Monday that US President Donald Trump fully supported his intention to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un for the first time unconditionally. According to Reuters, on Monday, May 27, 2019.
Abe made such remarks at a joint press conference after talks with Donald Tram in Tokyo. In addition, Mr. Tram Kriang also confirmed that he will work with Abezenzo to help many Japanese people who were kidnapped by the North Korean government.
Japanese Prime Minister Abe has expressed his wish to meet with Kim Jong-un, but the DPRK does not seem to care. In fact, Japan is not only required to release its people, but North Korea's recent missile tests are also the most intense security threats, as Japan is a territory where the Democratic People's Republic of Korea has fired missiles from Over time to test in 2017.