The US President Donald trump may visit the demilitarized zone separating South Korea from the North. About it reports Reuters referring to South Korean news Agency Yonhap.
According to sources, the Agency, trump may be in the demilitarized zone during his visit to South Korea next month.
It is expected that trump would send an important message to North Korea, both verbal and “kinetic”, during his first trip to the Peninsula as commander of the United States, the source said.
Demilitarized zone – the zone that divides the Korean Peninsula into two approximately equal parts – the North (DPRK) and South (Republic of Korea) by crossing the 38th parallel at a slight angle. Zone width of 4 km stretched across the Peninsula to 241 km.
Recently the Minister of defence of the USA James Mattis urged American military commanders to “be prepared” to ensure a military solution in Korea, if diplomatic efforts fail.