"We would like to seek an understanding of this between Japan, the US and South Korea", Japan's defence minister, Itsunori Onodera, said.
"A young president and an old president were brought together by their desire for peace", she said.
While expressing cautious optimism about events of the past 48 hours, Bishop stressed the strength of the agreement between Trump and Kim Jong-un "will only be as good as the verification process that North Korea allows".
"There's three outcomes here: Peace, where we have a win-win solution", Graham said.
"Seeing the North Korean flag hanging side-by-side with the American flag in the summit venue, I thought the state of U.S".More news: Google Home Now Supports Multiple Queries and Actions
He also promised to end massive joint annual military exercises.
At a lunch with Republican senators on Tuesday, however, Pence said that exercises will continue - according to Senator Cory Gardner (R-Colorado), a frequent critic of Trump. Mattis' chief spokeswoman, Dana W. White, told reporters he was "in full alignment" with Trump and had been consulted in advance on all aspects of the Singapore talks.
Though the Pentagon has claimed all those war games, most of which simulate attacks on North Korea, are "necessary", analysts say they doubt suspending them will have any real impact on U.S. military capabilities.
Also, the US forces stationed at South Korea admitted that Department of Defense or the Indo-Pacific Command had given them "no updated guidance on the execution or cessation of training exercises" and hence will continue to coordinate with their Seoul counterparts and maintain their current positions until further notice.
The South Korean government also appeared caught off guard.More news: First official screenshots for Cyberpunk 2077 released
With both Trump and Kim now having exchanged invitations to each other's countries, the USA president sees a promising personal relationship with his North Korean counterpart as the key to further progress.
A hawkish army commander, he has steered a series of inter-Korean military talks since the late 1980s.
Seoul is still trying to understand the meaning of Mr Trump's remarks and whether they indicate an actual shift in the US's seven-decade defence relationship with Seoul, a spokesman for South Korean President Moon Jaei-in said. Cory Gardner, Republican of Colorado, said Pence indicated that "exercises will continue", although Sen.
"The sanctions will come off when we are sure that the nukes are no longer a factor", Trump said in Singapore after his summit with Kim. He told Trump, according to the KCNA, North Korea and the US should refrain from antagonizing with each other and take relevant "legal" and "institutional" actions on that matter.
The administration's argument is that the incremental approach used by past administrations has allowed North Korea to extract rewards and incentives from the USA, only to ultimately renege and refuse to give up its nukes.More news: Syria strikes kill 15 civilians after militant attack - monitor