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Tags: donaldtrump | northkorea | kimjongun

CNN: White House May Ease NKorean Demands at Hanoi Summit

By    |   Friday, 22 February 2019 05:27 PM EST

The Trump administration may ease up on its demands of North Korea as the White House chases an agreement with the reclusive nation to end its nuclear weapons program.

According to CNN, the White House is considering walking back on forcing the North Koreans to provide detailed information regarding the nuclear facilities in its country during next week's summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

It was reported earlier that the administration was demanding that North Korea make the disclosure before the Americans make any concessions to Kim.

"Eventually we are going to need a full declaration in order to complete the process of denuclearization," a senior administration official said this week, CNN reported. "I expect that will come well before the end. And it is basically the international standard on how one can go about addressing the issue of elimination of weapons of mass destruction."

Trump and Kim will meet in Hanoi, Vietnam Feb. 27-28 to further their discussions about denuclearizing the Korean peninsula. They met last June in Singapore, marking the first time the leaders from the two countries had ever met in person.

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The Trump administration may ease up on its demands of North Korea as the White House chases an agreement with the reclusive nation to end its nuclear weapons program.
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Friday, 22 February 2019 05:27 PM
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