Why The Donald Trump-kim Jong Un Meet Is Good News For India


India has welcomed the Donald Trump-Kim Jong Un summit that took place in Singapore on Tuesday. A Ministry of External Affairs statement expressed hope the “outcomes would be implemented, thus paving the way for lasting peace and stability in the Korean Peninsula.”

India’s reaction: New Delhi described the meeting as a “positive development”. India’s interest in the summit was encapsulated in the MEA’s reaction — “We also hope that the resolution of the Korean Peninsula issue will take into account and address our concerns about proliferation linkages extending to India’s neighbourhood.”

So, are we friends? India, the world’s largest democracy, and North Korea, the world’s most isolated country (till about last month). are not enemies for sure. Weeks before the Trump-Kim summit, India had reached out to North Korea with minister VK Singh in Pyongyang last month + in the first high-level visit since 1998. Read More

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