South Korea’s Foreign Minister telling CNN that “clearly credit goes to President Trump” is priceless. pic.twitter.com/expJS2ctK2
— Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) April 27, 2018
“Clearly, credit goes to President Trump,” Kang Kyung-wha told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour.
#BREAKING Kim Jong Un announcing that the Korean War will be ended.
Absolutely incredible turn of events when just a few months ago the world was waiting anxiously for conflict to arise.
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) April 27, 2018
Being nice to Rocket Man hasn’t worked in 25 years, why would it work now? Clinton failed, Bush failed, and Obama failed. I won’t fail.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 1, 2017
Is this Nobel Peace Prize worthy? I believe so!
President Trump deserves the Nobel Peace Prize.
North & South Korea will sign a peace treaty, ending their 68-year war, and agreed to complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
This peace happened under Trump, through tough sanctions & tough language. #NobelPeacePrize
— #ThePersistence (@ScottPresler) April 27, 2018
KOREAN WAR TO END! The United States, and all of its GREAT people, should be very proud of what is now taking place in Korea!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 27, 2018
The joint statement Friday, from the border truce village of Panmunjom, concluded a historic one-day bilateral summit aimed at achieving peace between the two adversarial nations for the first time in more than sixty years. The meeting of the Korean leaders was the first in more than a decade.
The statement was released during the signing of a pact between South Korean President Moon Jae-In and his North Korean counterpart Kim Jong Un seeking to establish a “permanent” and “solid” peace on the Peninsula.
The two Koreas promised to ease military tensions, work together to achieve a peace regime, and work toward a nuclear-free region. They also pledged to improve inter-Korean relations and work toward co-prosperity and achieve a future of unification.
History was made Friday when Kim Jong Un became the first North Korean leader to cross into South Korean territory since 1953.
— CNN (@CNN) April 27, 2018
Many thought we’d never see a photo like this in our lifetime. pic.twitter.com/rgkwXTHyCX
— ian bremmer (@ianbremmer) April 27, 2018
Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong Un shared a hug after pledging to officially end the Korean War this year.
— DragonEnergy.357 (@SonofLiberty357) April 27, 2018