Agreement may come to pass over sanctions.
Despite an absence of time or place set for peace talks between North Korea and the United States, President Donald Trump said dialogue between the two countries could result in a mutually beneficial outcome.
Trump told attendees to a political rally in Pennsylvania that North Korea may be looking for peace.
“I think they want to make peace,” he said. “I think it’s time.”
According to the reports from the media, Trump agreed to direct talks with North Korea and yet no official remark has been made in response by North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-Un. The announcement comes after a meeting between envoys from both North and South Korea.
Much of the current rhetoric surrounding the talk aims itself at nuclear disarmament, as the Trump administration has consistently pointed to the dangers of an authoritarian ruler in control of weapons of mass destruction.
President Trump tweeted on March, 9: “The deal with North Korea is very much in the making and will be, if completed, a very good one for the World. Time and place to be determined.”
The peace talk is expected to occur sometime in May, according to reports. It would the first time in history that a US president met a North Korean leader in person.