U.S. and South Korean leaders talked about North Korea situation in agreement to maintain dialogue momentum Dec. 7 17:42

Even though the situation on the Korean peninsula has become more severe, such as the US President Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in talked over the phone and North Korea repeated provocative actions against the US We agreed with the recognition that we must maintain

The Presidential Office of Korea announced that President Moon Jae-in talked with President Trump over the phone for about 30 minutes from 11am on the 7th and exchanged opinions on the situation on the Korean Peninsula.

According to the announcement, talks were held at the request of President Trump, and the two leaders had to maintain the momentum of dialogue in order to achieve early results in the US-North Korea talks on denuclearization, as the recent situation on the Korean Peninsula is severe. We agreed with the recognition that it should not be.

Regarding denuclearization negotiations, North Korea seeking relaxation of economic sanctions, etc. unilaterally set a deadline of `` within the year '' and urged the United States to accept it, repeating provocative behavior, prospect to be held does not stand. For this reason, it is likely that discussions will discuss future responses.

In addition, officials from Cheong Wa Dae, Korea, explained at the telephone conference that there were no discussions about the expenses of the US military stationed in South Korea or the Japan-Korea Military Information Comprehensive Protection Agreement (GSOMIA).