Donald Trump-Kim Jong Un meet: US says hard work needed with North Korea

The US has some “some hard work” to do with North Korea before President Donald Trump meets Kim Jong Un in Vietnam later this month, according to its special envoy Stephen Biegun.

Trump is “very much looking forward to taking the next steps,” according to a pool transcript of Biegun’s remarks on Saturday. The envoy on North Korea spent three days negotiating with officials in Pyongyang before meeting with South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha in Seoul.

“I’m confident that if both sides stay committed we can make real progress here,” Biegun said. “We don’t know where it’s going to go but we are in the midst of a conversation with the North and our discussions were productive.”

Biegun didn’t say exactly what steps were left to take with North Korea. The State Department earlier said Biegun and his North Korean counterpart agreed to meet again in advance of the Trump-Kim summit.

Trump tweeted shortly before Biegun met with Kang that he would hold his second summit with the North Korean leader in the Vietnamese capital of Hanoi on Feb. 27 and 28. Read More

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