US President Donald Trump will sign two trade agreements with Japan later on Monday, according to an official White House announcement.
Trump is scheduled to sign the pacts - a US-Japan trade agreement and a US-Japan digital trade agreement at 3:30 pm local time (10:30 pm Bulgarian time), the White House said.
It's up to Washington to alter its approach if it wants more talks with North Korea, Pyongyang's chief nuclear negotiator said on Oct. 7, after weekend discussions between the sides broke down amid acrimony.
A Korean company has declared a willingness to participate in the construction of Belene Nuclear Power Plant (NPP). This transpired during a meeting between Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov and South Korean President Moon Jae-in. The Bulgarian prime minister is on an official visit to Republic of Korea, the special correspondent of Focus News Agency reported.
The first lady of the United States, Melania Trump, hasn't had any secret meetings with the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, the Associated Press reported. The White House made a statement on the matter after a press conference in France, where it attended a G7 meeting, President Donald Trump said the first lady "met" Kim and believes his country "has tremendous potential."