KATHMANDU, June 12: American President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un have signed a joint document promising a "complete denuclearization in the Korean peninsula" at Capella Hotel in Singapore on Tuesday, reported BBC.
However, the contents of the documents have been kept secrect until the press meet to be organized later in the day.
After signing the document, President Trump said, "We have signed a comprehensive document which will be revealed in a press meet at 2:30 pm (according to Singapore Standard Time).
Speaking on the occasion, Kim Jong Un, the North Korean leader, said, "We are leaving the past behind after the historic meeting."
Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un shook hands, sat together, had lunch and signed the document after their joint meet.
"A lot of goodwill has gone into this. Our relationship with Korea will be different following the historic summit," the US President said as he lauded Kim as "a talented man."