Donald Trump makes history with North Korea visit
US President Donald Trump has made history by being the first sitting US president to enter North Korea.
After crossing into North Korea, Trump and Kim Jong Un held a private bilateral meeting.
Nickolaus Bauer speaks to Daily Maverick foreign affairs journalist Peter Fabricius on the importance of the visit and the past between the two presidents.
It achieves the apparent restart the negotiations that that broke down in February.Peter Fabricius, Foreign Affairs Journalist - Daily Maverick
The fact that they are still talking keeps things simmering at a low level.Peter Fabricius, Foreign Affairs Journalist - Daily Maverick
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