North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo agreed to arrange a second summit between the two countries “as soon as possible,” South Korea’s presidential office said on Sunday.
US President Donald Trump says his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore that ended in a joint statement was "tremendous;" but political analysts say the language on disarmament in the statement was similar to that of previous agreements, which ultimately collapsed amid differences over arguments and interpretation about verification.
US President Donald Trump confirmed Tuesday that a top North Korean official is headed to New York for talks on an upcoming summit between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, as diplomatic efforts also accelerated in Asia.
President Donald Trump is becoming increasingly worried about the political risks of the US-North Korea summit in Singapore next month, the US administration and foreign officials told The New York Times.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un met with Chinese President Xi Jinping in a northern Chinese port city and pledged his continuing commitment to denuclearization ahead of his expected summit with US President Donald Trump, state media said Tuesday.
North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un acknowledged the prospect of talks with the United States, state media reported Tuesday, in his first official mention of dialogue with Washington ahead of a planned summit with US President Donald Trump.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said Wednesday he would be willing to sit down with the North's leader Kim Jong-un, as the international community welcomed an agreement for Pyongyang to send its athletes to the Winter Olympics in the South.
US President Donald Trump, shelving comparisons about the size of a “nuclear button,” said Saturday he is open to talking with the North Korean leader and hopes some progress results from upcoming talks between the Koreas.
An escalating war of words between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un ratcheted up a notch on Friday as the US president dubbed North Korea's leader a "madman," a day after Pyongyang hinted it may explode a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific Ocean.