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Trump delivers speech at S. Korea's parliament

Xinhua | Updated: 2017-11-08 13:06

Trump delivers speech at S. Korea's parliament

US President Donald Trump (L) and South Korean President Moon Jae-in attend a press conference at the presidential residence in Seoul, South Korea, Nov 7, 2017. Donald Trump and Moon Jae-in on Tuesday agreed to peacefully resolve issues on the Korean Peninsula and to swiftly push negotiations for a fair free trade deal between the two countries. [Photo/Xinhua]

SEOUL - US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that his country wants peace through strength and does not seek conflict and confrontation.

Trump made the remarks in a 22-minute speech at the national assembly, South Korea's parliament.

"We want peace through strength," said Trump who emphasized the US commitment to rebuilding its military and spending much on its newest military equipment.

Trump arrived in Seoul on Tuesday as the second stop of his Asian tour.

 

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