Trump lifted additional large-scale sanctions against North Korea

The President of the United States did not specify what sanctions are meant

Trump lifted additional large-scale sanctions against North Korea

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US President Donald Trump said that on Friday he did not let the new large-scale sanctions announced by the US Treasury against the DPRK announced. A spokeswoman for the White House, Sarah Sanders, confirmed the decision made by Trump.

“President Trump is handsome Kim Jong-un, and he doesn’t think that these sanctions are necessary,” CBS reporter quoted her as saying.

"Today, the US Treasury announced that additional large-scale will be added to the existing sanctions against North Korea. And today I ordered the lifting of these additional sanctions!" - Trump wrote on his Twitter page.

However, he did not specify what sanctions are meant.

Earlier in the US Senate called for tougher sanctions against North Korea. From March 31, 2017, the United States imposed sanctions against 182 individuals and legal entities of North Korea.

Earlier, Deputy Foreign Minister of the People’s DPRK Choi Son-hee said that the leadership of North Korea could suspend further negotiations on denuclearization with the United States.

This speech by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the DPRK was the first official statement of the representatives of the people's republic with an assessment of the outcome of the summit of the Chairman of the DPRK State Council Kim Jong-un and the President of the United States Donald Trump.

According to the deputy minister, the leader of the people's republic, Kim Jong-un, intends to make an official appeal in the near future to announce his decision on the future actions of the DPRK after the unsuccessfully concluded summit in Hanoi.

The second US-DPRK summit was held in late February. It ended prematurely and without signing an agreement.

Recall that, as US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo explained, the US delegation took the words of Kim Jong-un in Hanoi as a requirement to lift all sanctions against the DPRK, which was unacceptable. It is for this reason that Trump refused to sign any agreements.

In addition, as reported, despite the failure of negotiations, the White House owner does not want to strengthen the sanctions against North Korea, but, on the contrary, lift them and see the realization of the economic potential of this state.

Also, as we wrote, the American media revealed the details of the negotiations between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un, which were held behind closed doors.
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