The deputies of the ruling coalition in Norway nominated trump for the Nobel peace prize
The deputies of the Norwegian progress Party, member of the ruling coalition, was nominated for the Nobel peace prize to U.S. President Donald trump. According to the broadcasting company NRK, the us President should be awarded for their efforts in resolving the problem of denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
“Started a process that aims to provide the planet a peaceful future. He’s still unstable, so we must do everything possible to ensure that he brought good results,” said NRK co-author of the initiative and former head of the Ministry of justice of Norway Per-Willy Amundsen. According to policy, awarding Donald trump would be a clear indication of the position of the world community on the Korean question.
Recall the Nobel peace prize was received by former President Barack Obama. In 2009 the award was presented to the policy for “strengthening international diplomacy and cooperation between people”. Shortly before that, the American President promised to reduce nuclear arsenals.
On the eve of the Singapore meeting of Donald trump with North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN. The heads of state discussed the nuclear disarmament of North Korea. As stated later, the US Secretary of state Mike Pompeo, it has, in General, to be completed by 2020.