North Korean state media highlighted President Donald Trump’s concessions on war games, while lauding the Singapore summit with their leader Kim Jong Un and the U.S. president, Reuters reported Tuesday.
Trump raised eyebrows when he told reporters in Singapore his intentions to stop the joint drills.
Incidentally, Trump’s announcement apparently surprised South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s government in Seoul.
Moon, acting as a mediator, worked for months to help bring about the Trump-Kim summit, Reuters reported.
Trump also offered North Korea security guarantees.