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Kim Jong Il, the late leader of North Korea, had been under intense pressure from South Korea and the United States to appear for the country’s first ever state funeral, with the public being kept out.
The North Korean leader, who has spent much of the past year living in self-imposed exile in the country, had previously been scheduled to attend last month’s funeral, but it was canceled due to the recent events in the United Kingdom.
The president, who is a relative of the late Kim Jong Il and has spent most of his time at the world’s highest profile leader’s side of the Iron and Water Bridge, was in Japan to attend a meeting of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, which is also attended by the leaders of South Korea, Japan, Australia and Malaysia.
Trump also met with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the White House, which Trump called a great honor.
“We’ve been working very hard together with China on this for a long time,” Trump said.
“I think we’re on the right track.
China has a tremendous economic interest in North Korea.”
Trump’s recent comments have raised eyebrows in Seoul and Seoul’s presidential Blue House, where he has been accused of making inflammatory remarks against China and South Korea.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in has called Trump’s comments “unacceptable” and has called for a new round of talks between the two countries.