The President of The United States, Donald Trump affirmed that the denuclearisation of Korean Peninsula shall commence"very, very quickly."
According to CNN, on being asked if the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un agreed on his appeal to denuclearise, Trump quickly replied "absolutely".
Trump appreciated Kim by affirming that he's a very talented man and that he loves his country very much. Trump also added that Kim is a worthy arbitrator and shared that he has developed a "very special bond" with Kim.
Responding to Trump's humble statement, Kim expressed his heartiest gratitude to Trump for making the meeting possible.
Through a translator, Kim stated, "We had a historic meeting and decided to leave the past behind".
The two pioneers, after their lunch and walk around Capella, signed a joint, comprehensive but an unspecified treaty.
The US delegacy counting along Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Chief of Staff John Kelly and National Security Adviser John Bolton, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders, US Ambassador to the Philippines Sung Kim, and National Security Council senior director for Asia Matt Pottinger accompanied the two supremos for their working lunch.
Trump also expressed his will to invite Kim to the White House.
The meet concluded when the two pioneers, Standing again in front of the US and North Korean flags shook hands for the final time.
After addressing a press conference at 4 pm, Trump would depart for the United States by 7 p.m. from the Paya Lebar Airbase.