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A venue has been secured for the much-anticipated historic summit between the United States and North Korea, which is planned to take place on Tuesday next week.


The White House has confirmed that the meeting between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un will hold at the secluded Capella Hotel in the Singaporean island of Sentosa.


However; many details of the historic summit are still unconfirmed, even though President Trump disclosed yesterday that plans were moving along very nicely.


You will recall that the US leader had two weeks ago unilaterally cancelled the summit due to what he considered to be threatening statements by Pyongyang officials.


Following the developments there will be restriction on the Singaporean airspace during the summit between the United States and North Korea next week.


This was made known in separate notices published on the websites of the International Civil Aviation Organisation and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration.


The statements noted that the airspace over Singapore will be temporarily restricted for parts of 11th, 12th and 13th of June, adding that aircraft that breach the restriction may be intercepted.


It said all aircraft arriving into Singapore Changi Airport will be required to reduce speed and face some restrictions on runway use for reasons of national security.


Aviators are also warned to keep clear of the Paya Lebar Air Base – a military facility on the east of the island, which has been used by U.S. presidents on past visits.


In the meantime; the Southeast Asian city-state has already increased security across the island of Sentosa, less than a week to the big event

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