Indonesia Regrets Trump-Kim Meeting Without Agreement

Jakarta, MINA – Indonesian government regrets the meeting between President of the United States, Donald Trump and the North Korean Leader, Kim Jong-un in Vietnam on February 27-28, 2019 which did not result any agreement.

“Indonesia regretted that there was no agreement from the meeting,” said the statement from the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Friday.

Indonesia hope that the two leaders remain committed to get an agreement for achieving peace on the nuclear peninsula that free from nuclear weapons.

Earlier, Trump at a press conference after the meeting revealed that Jong-un’s request to abolish North Korean sanctions was the reason for the failure to reach an agreement at the meeting.

Trump reaffirms, he has a very good relationship with Jong-un. “He (Jong-un) promised me that there were no more missile tests,” he said.

Meanwhile, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres hope that the denuclearization dialogue between the US and North Korea will continue.

Guterres spokesman Stephane Dujarric said the UN leader greatly appreciated the efforts aimed at Trump and Jong-un, even though the results were not in accordance with the wishes of all parties. Gutters, continued Dujarric, hope this discussion will continue.

“I think he (Guterres) really appreciated the efforts of the discussion regardless of results, from the results we see. We all sincerely hope this discussion will continue,” said Dujarric quoted as saying by Sputnik. (T/Sj/P2)

Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)