Singapore: Trump to offer 'unique' security assurances to Kim — Pompeo

SOT, Journalist: «Would it be erroneous to assume that it's not on the table?» SOT, Mike Pompeo, US Secretary of State: «You shouldn't assume from the fact that I don't give any detail here today that some question you posited has any merit. If you hypothesise something that's in it and I refuse to tell you what's in it. You should assume that I'm simply refusing to tell you what's in it and not... Еще drawing any conclusion from the negative inference that I think you're suggesting. There's going to be a lot of work left to do. There's a lot of detail that's going to be provided. We are not going to conduct these negotiations in the open with the media. We are going to conduct them between the two parties so that we have an opportunity to have a real success here.» US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the US will offer 'unique' security assurances to North Korea in return for the country's complete denuclearisation, in Singapore on Monday, one day ahead of the summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un. «We are prepared to take actions that will provide them sufficient certainty that they can be comfortable that denuclearisation isn't something that ends badly for them,» Pompeo stated in a briefing. «Indeed just the opposite, that it leads to a brighter, better future for the North Korean people.» Pompeo also said that Trump 'is fully prepared for the meeting tomorrow. He has had the chance to hear lots of different voices, all of the attended opportunities and risks.' The much-anticipated summit marks the first time a North Korean leader has met a US president. The summit had been thrown into doubt after speculation that Trump would pull out of the meeting following so-called 'anti-US rhetoric' from Pyongyang.

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