President Trump arrived in South Korea with a two-day visit

President of the United States Donald Trump arrived on a working visit to South Korea, he will stay in the country for two days.

The American president was personally met by South Korean President Mun Zhe Ying. For the first time in the history of relations between the two countries, the leader of the Republic of Korea met Trump outside his official residence – the Blue Palace.

The head of the US arrived at the Osan airbase in Pyhentek, from where he went to the Camp-Humphreys military base, reports.

The publication notes that the military base is scheduled lunch Trump and Moon with soldiers of both countries. There, the American president will hear a report on the situation on the Korean peninsula.

Trump’s visit to South Korea is part of the 13-day tour of the US President for Asia.

As previously reported by the portal, during the visit to Japan, which started on November 5, Trump met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The parties discussed Japanese-American trade relations and the situation around the DPRK.