President Mun visits the United States at the United Nations General Assembly Meeting with President Trump September 13 13:26
The Presidential Office of Korea announced that President Moon Jae-in will visit the United States from this month to attend the United Nations General Assembly. At the scheduled summit with President Trump, it is expected that the response to North Korea will be discussed, and it will be noticed whether opinions will be exchanged regarding the relationship with Japan.
Cheong Wa Dae announced today that President Moon Jae-in will visit New York in the United States for a period of 5 days and 3 nights from the 22nd to the 26th of this month to attend the United Nations General Assembly.
On the 24th, we will give a speech at the UN General Assembly.
In addition, although it is said that the specific schedule is being adjusted, it has been announced that it will hold a summit meeting with President Trump in the United States.
President Trump has expressed a desire to meet again with North Korea ’s chairman Kim Jong-un, the Korean Labor Party within the year, and North Korea ’s willingness to resume business talks with the US later this month It seems that we will talk about dealing with North Korea.
Also, the United States will pay attention to whether South Korea will exchange opinions on its relationship with Japan just because it asks South Korea to continue the military information comprehensive protection agreement = “GSOMIA”.
In addition, President Moon said that he will be attending a bilateral summit meeting with a major country in addition to the United Nations Secretary General Guterres, but a spokesman for Cheong Wa Dae said, “Which country we will not be able to tell at this stage. "