Trump Expects To Meet Kim Jong Un Again After Vietnam Summit

Trump Expects To Meet Kim Jong Un Again After Vietnam Summit

Trump Expects To Meet Kim Jong Un Again After Vietnam Summit

"I expect that will come well before the end [of the denuclearization process]", the official told reporters during a briefing on the upcoming summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean Chairman Kim Jong-un.

"If Kim Jong-un sits down with Trump with little preparation from the USA and flatters Trump enough, South".

"Many people say that I look like Kim Jong Un, especially when I have this hairstyle", said Huy, who was nicknamed "Un" for his likeness to the North Korean leader.

The two leaders discussed policy issues, including North Korea's missile and nuclear weapons programs, ahead of the second summit between Trump and Kim scheduled for February 27 and 28 in Hanoi. "This is an important step towards that ultimate goal", the official said.

Mr Trump said on Tuesday that he was in no rush for North Korea to denuclearise as long as it ultimately did so.

The United States has been demanding that North Korea give up its nuclear weapons program that threatens the United States.


President Donald Trump is expected to make a pair of trips to Japan later this year, first to meet the country's new Emperor and then for the G20 summit, according to an administration official.

The US also continues to seek a full declaration from North Korea on its nuclear and missile programmes, though not right away.

USA special representative for North Korea Stephen Biegun is already there, negotiating with North Korean officials ahead of the summit.

US national security adviser John Bolton will travel to Seoul later this week to discuss matters regarding the US-North Korea summit, CNN reported Wednesday.

The priorities include: transforming relations between the USA and North Korea; establishing a peace regime on the Korean peninsula; the complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula; and the return of killed-in-action and missing-in-action Americans from the Korean War.

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