U.S. State Department officials recently met multiple times with North Korean counterparts in Hanoi and discussed planning a second summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, a South Korean newspaper reported on Monday.U.S.
South Korea's top diplomat in Washington believes President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will hold a second summit in 2019 and says progress on denuclearization can come despite a lack of momentum since the two first met in Singapore last June. "Yes, since the Singapore summit meeting, thewww.washingtontimes.com
President Moon Jae-in of South Korea said Kim Jong-un’s visit to China this week indicated that the North Korean leader would soon have a second meeting with President Trump.www.nytimes.com
David Greene talks to Suzanne DiMaggio of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace about reports that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will meet his North Korean counterpart Friday in Washington.NPR.org
The United States has no timeline for the withdrawal of American troops from Syria but does not plan to stay indefinitely, a senior State Department official said on Friday.U.S.
Separately, a diplomatic source said envoys from the United States and North Korea were holding talks in SwedenGlobal News
North Korea's lead negotiator in nuclear diplomacy with the United States is expected to hold talks with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and could also meet President Donald Trump on Friday during a visit aimed at clearing the way for a second U.S.-North Korea summit.U.S.