Donald Trump calls for removal of nuclear weapons

US President, Donald Trump, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, in their bilateral meeting at the NATO summit on Wednesday, July 11, 2018 in Brussels, Belgium. [AP Photo / Pablo Martinez Monsivais] – US President Donald Trump Trump says he wants to eliminate nuclear weapons in the world to achieve peace.

Reported from CNCB, Friday (13/7/2018), it was said Trump in his meeting with Russian President, Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland.

Trump says that he wants no more war and conflict. The goal now is to find a cure for all diseases in the world.

“No more war, no more problems, no more conflict. Let’s find a cure to cure all kinds of diseases in the world. It became my main goal. We’ll start from there, “Trump said.

Trump has just attended the NATO summit, which is attended by 29 countries, and addresses security issues and regular membership fees, which are under the spotlight as it is still less than the 2 per cent target of gross domestic product of each member country.

In a press conference followed by interviews with journalists from various countries, Trump stood on the podium accompanied by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and national security adviser John Bolton.

President Trump is scheduled to meet President Putin on July 16.