What did Kim want in exchange for denuclearisation of his country?
Both dictator Kim and dictator-like Trump signed a denuclearisation form for North Korea, but what did he want in exchange?
Can this summit put an end to the Korean war, efectively starting the reunification of both Koreas into one Korea?
- harpertaraLv 72 years agoFavorite Answer
North Korea played us. Look closely at the agreement. We have given up the right to hold military war games in S. Korea, and we are loosening sanctions. Kim has does NOTHING but make vague statements about how 'sometime in the future' he will 'look at' getting rid of his nukes. The agreement is available to be read by anyone, yet Trump supporters aren't taking the time to do so.
- Aussie BattlerLv 72 years ago
- darrin bLv 72 years ago
Kim Jong Un just got started in getting what he wanted.
You can best believe that he will get a lot and he will never give up all of his nukes.
There was no mention of him declaring how many nukes he had in the 2-page agreement.
And there was no mention of verifying whether or not the nukes were really gotten rid of.
So it was a win-win situation for Kim all the way around.
- jimmyLv 72 years ago
This is just a tentative agreement. Nothing has been set in stone.
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- 2 years ago
A complete withdrawal of Us troops for Korea and Japan.
a.k.a. "guarantee their safety"
- KyleLv 62 years ago
Lmao trump is as much a dictator as Obama
- summertimeLv 72 years ago
Neither ever said. What the gist of this summit was a smooth photo op.
Putin was controlling this summit. It was pre-planned pre-everything.
And Trump gave up the most.Why does he hate America mommy?
- VerulamLv 72 years ago
NOTHING concrete has been achieved although a meeting is historical (hysterical?). As far as I see it, Trump, enjoying another photo opportunity, has agreed to remove American bases from S.Korea which, I think, is exactly what N.Korea and China WANTED.
There may end up being a reunification of N and S Korea - which S. Koreans may be worried about because economy-wise, that's going to hurt them. And ther countries in the area are concerned about having no American bases in S.Korea.
Do you believe that the N.Korean leader is going to give up his nuclear weapons - without America doing the same???
Wait and see what happens next because all I see is words. Which are cheap.
- Anonymous2 years ago
Kim wants protection for himself and his regime in return for a vague promise.