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Under the current agreement that expires at the end of 2018, the South provides about 0 million US per year.Before Trump meets Kim, Washington is looking for North Korea to address another persistent source of tension between the adversaries: the detention of three Korean-Americans accused of anti-state of activities in the North. troops from South Korea was "not on the table" as he looks to get Kim to give up his nukes at what will be the first summit of between a U. That's where Kim met with South Korean President Moon Jae-in last Friday — a summit that has paved the way for the U. He's previously said the summit was planned for May or early June. reported that Trump has asked the Pentagon to prepare plans for scaling back the U. Trump suggested Monday that he was looking for his historic meeting with the North Korean dictator to be held at the demilitarized zone between the two Koreas. Trump also said then that the Southeast Asian city state of Singapore was also in the running to play host. We'll be announcing it soon," Trump told reporters Friday from the White House South Lawn before departing for Dallas."We're having very substantive talks with North Korea and a lot of things have already happened with respect to the hostages, and I think you're going to see very good things.
“We now have a date and we have a location, we’ll be announcing it soon,” Trump told reporters as he left the White House on a trip to Texas to address the National Rifle Association’s annual convention.
president's own upcoming summit with the North Korean leader, a statement said.
A meeting with Kim seemed an outlandish possibility just a few months ago when the two leaders were trading threats and insults over North Korea's development of nuclear weapons.
It cited unnamed officials as saying that wasn't intended to be a bargaining chip with Kim, but did reflect that a prospective peace treaty between the Koreas could diminish the need for U. But for Trump to contemplate withdrawing troops now would be a quixotic move as he enters into negotiations with Kim, whose demands and intentions are uncertain. National security adviser John Bolton, who met his South Korean counterpart Chung Eui-yong in Washington on Friday, called the Times report "utter nonsense."During his presidential campaign, Trump complained that South Korea does not do enough to financially support the American military commitment.
Two weeks ago, shortly before the inter-Korean summit, Moon said that Kim actually wasn't insisting on a long-standing demand for the withdrawal of U. In March, Washington and Seoul began negotiations on how much South Korea should offset the costs of the deployment in the coming years.