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Trump and Kim signed a deal, will it hold up?

Screenshot from Guardian News on Youtube Kim and Trump sign joint agreement at close of Singapore summit

Recently, President Donald Trump met with North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore. After the historic summit, the two leaders signed an agreement. According to this agreement, North Korea will denuclearize the Korean Peninsula, whereas, the United States will end its joint military exercises with South Korea in this region.

International Relations experts around the globe remain skeptic about the future of this deal. Some experts believe that the agreement signed during the historic Singapore Summit is weak in nature, as it does not include any timeline and specifications. Thus, the agreement will fall apart. Whereas others believe that this agreement will stay intact, and both leaders will fulfill their promises.

This scenario instigated a debate over the social media regarding whether the Singapore accord will hold up in future?

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