Nov. 7 (UPI) — U.S. President Donald Trump is to deliver a speech before South Korean parliament on Wednesday morning, Seoul time.
The speech is expected to air live on South Korean news at 8:45 PM, EST on Tuesday.
Trump will be the first U.S. president to make an address in nearly 25 years, and will be speaking before more than 500 South Korean lawmakers, Seoul-based foreign diplomats, according to Yonhap.
Trump will be one of six U.S. presidents since 1960 who have addressed security and geopolitics before South Korean lawmakers.
The last U.S. president to address the National Assembly is former President Bill Clinton.
Trump has condemned the North Korean regime and Kim Jong Un‘s nuclear weapons program in his September speech before the United National General Assembly.
Ahead of the speech on Tuesday, South Koreans divided into opposing camps staged both pro- and anti-Trump rallies in Seoul.
Anti-Trump activists have criticized the U.S. president for his tough rhetoric and promotion of arms sales to allies.
Security has been tightened around the presidential Blue House, where Trump is staying during his state visit.
Ahead of his visit to Seoul, North Korea called Trump a “warmongering maniac.”
The Kim Jong Un regime has refrained from provocations since October.