North Korea has reaffirmed its commitment to work toward complete denuclearisation

Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un have signed a document following their historic meeting in Singapore.

The details of the agreements have yet to be released - however images of the document, held up by the US President after he signed it, reveal some of the detail.

The document reaffirms North Korea’s April 27th commitment to work toward complete denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula.

In return, the US has agreed to provide “security guarantees” to North Korea.

The two men have also agreed to establish “new bilateral relations in accordance with the desire of the peoples of the two countries for peace and prosperity.”

They have also committed to joining their efforts to “build a lasting and stable peace on the Korean Peninsula.”

The countries have also committed to recovering the remains of prisoner of war (POW) and missing in action (MIA) soldiers – “including the immediate repatriation of those already identified.”

President Trump is due to hold a press conference before leaving Singapore later today.

Immediately after signing the agreement, the US president claimed the meeting had taken care of a 'very big and dangerous problem' in the world.

He said the process of denuclearisation would start "very, very quickly."

Mr Kim said they had "decided to leave the past behind" adding that the world will see a "major change."

The two men greeted each other with a 13 second handshake before the first ever face to face meeting between a sitting US President and a North Korean leader.

They also had wider talks with top officials, and continued discussions over a lavish three course lunch.