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Published on Jun 14, 2018
한미일 외교장관 기자회견
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo came straight from the North Korea-U.S. summit in Singapore to brief his South Korean and Japanese counterparts in Seoul. They gave a press conference after their meeting. Let's start this part of the show by taking a listen to some what they had to say.
"The three of us welcome, the adoption of the joint statement in Singapore... This is the first time, that the highest authority of North Korea, promised the president of the United States, to work towards the complete, denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, which we believe, has bolstered the political momentum for action, to resolve the North Korean nuclear issue... We shared our understanding that the June 12th summit is not the end, but a new beginning towards a denuclearized and peaceful Korean peninsula."
"The discussions we held today amongst the three of us reflect our three countries' commitment to continue working together towards the ultimate success of this effort. The world should rest assure that the United States, Republic of Korea and Japan remain committed to achieving the complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization of North Korea."
"North Korea reaffirmed complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula while the United State is committed to providing security guarantee to North Korea. We understand the U.S will advance discussion of provision of security guarantees while carefully monitoring that North Korea is taking concrete steps to fulfill its commitment to denuclearization. And we also know that no security guarantees have been given yet."