What's in the document that Kim and Trump signed?

Trump is Officially one of the Greatest Presidents

The 1950-53 Korean War ended without an official peace treaty.

Trump and Kim Jong Un have now parted ways, since Singapore is 12 hours ahead of Eastern Daylight Time, and are heading home, but here's a round up of the biggest moments from their time together.

Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said Australia welcomed the summit outcome as "a step in the right direction".

"Their handshake seems to be between peers", she said.

The official start of the summit came when the two world leaders shook hands shortly after 9 a.m. local time. This time, though, the two men put pen to paper.

Trump said he had formed a "very special bond" with Kim and that relationship with North Korea would be very different. "We're going now for a signing", Trump told journalists, without giving details on what would be signed.

Asked about denuclearisation, Trump said a process would be started "very quickly". Earlier today, when the contents of the documents remained maddeningly vague, Kim assured reporters that "the world will see a major change".

Media gather outside the Capella Hotel.

The letter, which was publicly disclosed after Trump signed it with a flourish and held it up to the TV cameras, contained the grand language typical of Trump.

They also agreed to recover the remains of prisoners of war, including the immediate repatriation of those already identified.

DPRK is the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, the formal name of North Korea.

Rodman grew emotional in the interview as he recalled former president Barack Obama failing to take him seriously when he returned from Pyongyang with a message from Mr Kim after one of his trips.

Kim and Trump became the first leaders of their countries to ever come face to face. Kim's image would now be bolstered, critics said.

"We're going to have a great discussion and I think tremendous success". "China is trying to play President Trump through North Korea".

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang later said that United Nations sanctions against the North could be suspended or lifted in accordance with Pyongyang's actions.

Abraham Denmark, a deputy assistant secretary of defense for East Asia affairs during the Obama administration, said Tuesday that the United States has previously canceled military exercises with South Korea while attempting to negotiate with its neighbor to the north. "This is even thinner than most skeptics anticipated", he said in a tweet.

A spokeswoman for US military forces in Korea said they had not received any direction to cease joint military drills.

"I'm just happy to be a part of it", he told reporters at Changi Airport.

The document signing followed a series of meetings at a luxury Singapore resort.

The North Korean leader then traveled to the St. Regis Hotel - where he will be staying for the duration of the visit - in his armored limousine, which arrived on a separate flight. But he also left open the possibility that they could continue, saying that he wanted to stop them "unless for some reason we're unable to go further".

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