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Trump: Kim Jong-un apologizes for missile tests

According to the US president, Kim Jong-un’s long letter also contains a “small apology” for testing short-range missiles.

US President Donald Trump said DPRK leader Kim Jong-un apologized for testing short-range missiles. This is stated in a message to Trump on Twitter. So, Trump commented on the letter from Kim Jong-un, which he received the day before. In particular, he said that the DPRK leader “said very kindly that he would like to meet and start negotiations as soon as the joint exercises of the USA and South Korea are over.” According to Trump, Kim Jong-un’s long letter also contains a “small apology” for testing short-range missiles. The DPRK leader assured that the tests will end when the exercises are completed. “I look forward to seeing Kim Jong-un in the near future! Nuclear-free North Korea will lead to the formation of one of the most successful countries in the world!”, He wrote. On the eve it was reported that North Korea launched two missiles of an unknown type in the Sea of ​​Japan. Recall, on August 6, the DPRK launched new guided missiles under the personal leadership of the country’s leader Kim Jong-un.

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