As speculations build up on how the Kim-Trump Summit is going to end, what’s more or less confirmed its that it’s finally happening. Over the last two weeks of negotiations (and one cancellation of the summit by Trump), it has appeared that both parties are both willing to forge ahead in this meeting.
Both Kim and Trump will be arriving on 10 June 2018, Sunday but at different times and locations.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will be flying into Singapore’s very own Changi Airport on a foreign place form Singapore or China. However, the time and flight number has not been released or confirmed.
On the other hand, US President, Donald Trump will be arriving in Singapore on Air Force One in Paya Lebar Airbase. President Trump will be leaving the G7 summit at Charlevoix early on the second day, directly to Singapore in lieu of the Kim-Trump summit on 12 June.
For those of you who don’t know, planes carrying the President of the United States are given the call sign “Air Force One” to distinguish the President’s flight from others in the case of same or similar flight numbers and as a symbol of presidential prestige and power. (and I guess it sounds pretty cool as well.)
Prior to the meeting, the Singapore Mint has launched a collection of commemorative medallions to mark this historic events. Additionally, local restaurants and eateries have leveraged on this event to create unique Kim-Trump specials which range from drinks, burgers and tacos.
The summit has an end-goal of ending nuclear activities in the North in exchange for greater diplomatic and economic welfare.
How this meeting will end is anyone’s guess but we sure hope it goes well.
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