Russia Agrees to ‘Help With North Korea,‘ Trump Says

Russia Agrees to ‘Help With North Korea,‘ Trump Says

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Sign up By , Christian Post Contributor | Jul 19, 2018 11:20 AM

President Donald Trump, after a rather controversial summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, has now said that Russia will be helping the U.S. with its relationship with North Korea.

“Russia has agreed to help with North Korea, where relationships with us are very good and the process is moving along. There is no rush, the sanctions remain!” Trump posted on , as he optimistically looked forward to the end result.

Kremlin.ruPresident of Russia Vladimir Putin and President of the United States of America Donald Trump have met in Helsinki for their first full-scale summit meeting.

“Big benefits and exciting future for North Korea at end of process!” he added.

Trump has met with  where the result was a general agreement to continue meetings from both sides towards nuclear disarmament. Recently, the U.S. president has wavered between triumphantly  from the rogue nation, to partly admitting that the deal to disarm North Korea  after all.

After meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki this weekend, Trump‘s optimism for the North Korea negotiations looks to have gotten a second wind. RIA news agency has also reported that a summit between the leaders of North Korea and Russia is “on the agenda” as well, although the topic of their meeting has not yet been revealed for now, .

Kremlin, meanwhile, has not issued a comment regarding Trump‘s latest pronouncement. So far, what concrete progress made by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was more or less confined to an earlier agreement to repatriate the remains of U.S. service members from the Korean War.

According to Pompeo, “firm commitments” were made during a meeting between U.S. and North Korea officials regarding the matter during their meeting at the Demilitarized Zone. A U.S. official, while noting that the meeting was productive, also noted that there‘s “more work to be done,” as .

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