Live:Trump-Kim sign comprehensive agreement
Kim was heard telling Trump through a translator: "I think the entire world is watching this moment.
As the two unpredictable nation meets up in Singapore with the hope of peace and new economic collaborative possibilities, the whole world lays eyes on the result of this dynamic summit.
Many efforts were put by both sides as N.Korea took the initiative with shaking hands towards South. DMZ becomes the origin spot for the changing echo in Korean Peninsula.
On the other hand, US hails towards the efforts of N.Korea as it released the political prisoners of US giving first sign of peace.
Signing the declaration of the summit Trump exchange the words with an unofficial invitation to Supreme Leader of N.Korea that he would absolutely invite him to the White House.
Trump also said that meeting went far better than anybody could have expected.
While Supreme leader Kim Said path leading to this summit was not easy but now the world will see the changes as he signed the declaration of the summit.
After some initial exchanges lasting around 40 minutes, Trump and Kim emerged, walking side-by-side through the colonnaded hotel before re-entering the meeting room, where they were joined by their most senior officials.
Kim was heard telling Trump through a translator: "I think the entire world is watching this moment. Many people in the world will think of this as a scene from a fantasy...science fiction movie."
Asked by a reporter how the meeting was going, Trump said: "Very good. Very, very good. Good relationship."
Kim also sounded positive about the prospects.
"We overcame all kinds of skepticism and speculations about this summit and I believe that this is good for the peace," he said. "I believe this is a good prelude for peace."
Trump was joined by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, National Security Adviser John Bolton, and John Kelly, White House Chief of Staff, for the expanded talks, while Kim's team included former military intelligence chief Kim Yong Chol, foreign minister Ri Yong Ho and Ri Su Yong, vice chairman of the ruling Workers' Party.