US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un have signed a document described by the American leader as important and comprehensive, following a historic summit between the two in Singapore.
Trump also said after signing the document at the Capella Hotel on Singapore's Sentosa Island on Tuesday that he expected denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula to begin "very quickly."
It was not clear if a deal had been reached on the matter. The contents of the document were not immediately publicized.
Before signing the document, Kim said the two leaders had had a historic meeting "and decided to leave the past behind. The world will see a major change."
For his part, Trump said he had formed a "very special bond" with Kim and that the US's relationship with Pyongyang would be very different.
"People are going to be very impressed and people are going to be very happy and we are going to take care of a very dangerous problem for the world," he added.
Asked whether he would invite Kim to the White House, Trump answered, "Absolutely, I will."
Yet, no details were available on the talks between the two leaders.
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