North Korea. Chinese state media closely covered the summit and seems positive and agreeing to the talks. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang told reporters, “The UN Security Counceil resolutions that have been passed say that if North Korea respects and acts in accordance with the resolutions, than sanction measures can be adjusted, including to pause or remove the relevant sanctions. “ People’s Daily reported ,” Beijing welcomes and supports the history-making talks between DPRK and VS leaders and will continue to play a unique and important role to resolve the peninsula issue.”
Japanese Prime Minister Shinjzo Abe thanked Trump for raising human rights issues. During the 1970s and 1980s at least 17 Japanese citizens have disappeared at the hands of North Korea and still remain missing. Trump had said that he had absolutely raised the issue of abduction with him even though they were not mentioned in the joint statement.
The European Union commented, “This summit was a crucial and necessary step to build upon the positive developments achieved in inter-Korean relations, “. It welcomed the summit as a sign that diplomacy is the only way to embrace peace.
Denmark was cautious enough to evaluate and comment on the summit and described it as a diplomatic breakthrough. It also added that history taught us that we must be vigilant. The prime minister’s office said: “North Korea has previously agreed to disarmament and not kept its world.”
Iran taking cue from its past experience warned Kim not to trust Trump and said he could cancel denuclearization agreement within no time.
Russia went to register a positive evaluation of the deal… “Now we can only welcome the fact that an important step forward has been made, of course, the devil is in the detail, and we have to delve into specifics.