Singapore: On Tuesday, the US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will spend about 101 million rupees (two million Singapore dollars) on the historic conference.
Giving this information on Sunday, Prime Minister of Singapore Lee Sen Lung said that this is our contribution in an international step. Our interests are also linked to this issue. He said he was interested in spending 200 million Singapore dollars on the conference. In this, security related expenses will be half of this amount.
He said that Singapore will benefit from this conference. This has given us the promotion. The truth is that our country was elected for this meeting. We did not demand it, but we agreed.
Nearly all the preparations have reached the final stages of talks between US President Donald Trump and North Korean Chief Kim Jong between them on June 12. Now the time has come very close to this negotiation.
The whole world is sitting on this unprecedented dialogue in Singapore. The reason for this is quite clear. This is because if this talks succeed, then other countries will be able to openly trade in North Korea and also start the process of investment there.
As far as Kim Jong is concerned about this dialogue, then he has done his trick. Now the success of this negotiation is entirely on the trump. Let me tell you here that this talk between Trump and Kim is scheduled to be held at the Capella Hotel at the resort island of Sentosa, Singapore, on June 12 at 9 o’clock.
There is also a great deal of discussion about the presence of American famous basketball player Dennis Roadman in this dialogue. Dennis is the favorite player of Kim and he has also gone to North Korea.
Significantly, Singapore is one of those select countries with close political relations with both the US and North Korea.
Diane Robinson is the lead editor for News Australia Today. Diane has been working as a freelance journalist for nearly a decade having published stories in many print and digital publications including, Sydney Morning Herald, NPR and The Daily Mail. Diane is based in Sidney and covers issues affecting her city and New South Wales. When she’s not busy writing, Diane enjoys surfing..