Army General Meet Mike Pompeo to Discuss Freezing of Military Exercises on Korean Peninsula

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo speaks with Gen. Vincent Brooks, United States Forces Korea commander, at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, June 13, 2018 (U.S. Air Force/Senior Airman Kelsey Tucker) – US Army General Vincent Brooks meets with Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo in South Korea to discuss a freeze on military training in the region.

Reported from, Thursday (14/06/2018), the meeting occurred Wednesday night local time. The day after Trump Announced.

Brooks himself is a commander of the US Military Forces, the US-South Korean Combined Forces Command, and the United Nations Command.

Brooks, expected to step down this summer as commander in South Korea, was on the runway when Pompeo’s plane landed at Osan Air Base, south of Seoul.

In the talks, Mike explained the intention of President Trump to freeze joint military exercises and possible withdrawal of US troops.

As dikethaui, Donald Trump promised to withdraw US troops from the peninsula in the near future.