Hours before the historic meeting between US and North Korea leaders Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un, the forum is expected to tilt the scales of international relations in any direction. The prevailing opinion is that this first in history meeting will have mostly declarative nature, but the unpredictability of the two politicians makes us expect also the unexpected.

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has already arrived in Singapore for his meeting with the US President.

The long-awaited meeting of the two leaders will take place in the Kapela hotel on Tuesday morning. Then, for the first time, a North Korean leader will meet with an active US President.

Negotiations aim is reaching of an agreement on the removal of North Korea’s nuclear weapons in exchange of the removal of economic and diplomatic sanctions against Pyongyang.

Most experts share the opinion that both sides will try to play their cards in a clever way. Some expect Trump to use the meeting for PR in regard to his internal political problems, which continue since he took office. His aggressive foreign policy and the image of a sole leader who is not worried to do the straight talking can win valuable points in front of his own audience.

However, a declaration could be adopted as a result of the summit, which could formally mark the intention of both countries to formally end the conflict on the Korean Peninsula.

Another hot topic with an unpredictable outcome that can be discussed is the nuclear status quo in the region. Washington insists on the full nuclear demilitarisation of North Korea, while Pyongyang has only made public promises of its commitment, a term which leaves room for broad interpretations.

In turn, before his departure for Singapore, Trump said in his style that he would immediately find out whether he would achieve a result of his meeting with Kim Jong-un. Trump was the first head of state, who left the three-day forum of the seven most developed countries in the world in the Canadian resort La Malbaie. After serious negotiations there, the leaders of the leading economies put their signatures under 28 points, joined the idea of “free, fair and mutually beneficial trade” and stressed the importance of combating protectionism.

However, the meeting does not settle the conflict with tariffs between the US and the other six countries. French President Emmanuel Makron confirmed that the retaliation measures decided by the European Union would be implemented by July. On the same date, the Canadian prime minister announced that he introduced equivalent taxation on steel and alumen.