Trump Kim summit officially back on


On June 1, Donald Trump, the U.S. President, said that he was ready to meet with Kim Jong-Un in Singapore on June 12.

Prior to Friday's meeting, Kim Yong Chol met with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in New York City on Wednesday and Thursday.

But he said that, after what has now been two meetings with Kim Jong Un and three with Kim Yong Chol, he believes the North is at least ready to consider meeting United States demands for denuclearization. It's the highest-level meeting between a USA president and a North Korean official since 2000.

The Korean War started on June 25, 1950, when North Korea invaded South Korea.

"I believe they are contemplating a path forward".

The two sides now back to laying the groundwork for the Singapore meeting on June 12, a head spinning reversal after Trump seemed to walk away a week ago amid new defiance from Pyongysng.a shift to a more conciliatory tone getting the discussions back on track.

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Kim Yong Chol met with Trump for two hours in the Oval Office when he delivered the letter.

South Korea says building trust with North Korea is crucial amid a US-led diplomatic push to persuade the North to give up its nuclear weapons. "Kim Jong-un", Assad said, the North's state-run KCNA news agency reported, using the abbreviated version of the country's official name.

Considering that he was dispatched to the United States as Kim Jong-un's envoy, we can not rule out the possibility of Kim Yong-chol meeting with Trump.

"I think it's probably going to be a very successful, ultimately a successful process", the USA president told reporters on the White House lawn.

North Korea's flurry of diplomatic activity following a torrid run in nuclear weapons and missile tests in 2017 suggests that Kim is eager for sanctions relief to build his economy and the global legitimacy the summit with Trump would provide. Moments later, he said he "hadn't seen the letter yet" and had purposely not opened it. Abe has said the abduction issue is one of the most important political agendas for his administration. "Maybe, you'll need to see it and maybe fairly soon", said Trump.

And part of Kim Yong Chol's mission was to hand-deliver a letter from the North Korea leader.