Yes, you’re reading it right. North Korea recently has released stamps featuring U.S. President Donald Trump with Kim Jong Un.
According to Kyodo News, a set of stamps commemorating the anniversary of the leaders’ Singapore summit was released on June 12 and is now for sale in Pyongyang.
The stamps show the two world leaders shaking hands, signing the joint agreement, and a copy of the joint agreement itself.
The stamps were released around Tuesday—a month after Kim and President Trump met at the inter-Korean truce village of Panmunjeom on June 30 in their third encounter.
Meanwhile, the North Korean autocracy continues to fire more missiles, threaten the United States and South Korean military, steal billions of dollars in cryptocurrency, and subject their citizens to public executions and sexual violence.
“I think it’s very much under control, very much under control,” President Trump told reporters at the White House.
He added: “We never made an agreement on that. I have no problem. We’ll see what happens. But these are short-range missiles. They are very standard.”