Seven months after the ground-breaking rendezvous between US Presiden DOnald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong un in Singapore, the two leaders have decided to have a follow up meeting, the White House said. According to the statement, the meeting will take place in February, however, location is yet to be confirmed.
The two leaders had met on June 12 last year in Singapore for the first summit. The agenda of the second meeting, like the first one, will be to urge Pyongyang to dismantle its nuclear and missile programmes.
The announcement came after Trump met with North Korean envoy, Kim Yong Chol, on Friday for a discussion that included talk about Kim Jong-un’s unfulfilled pledge to dismantle his country’s nuclear weapons programmes.
President Trump sat down with Kim Yong Chol, a high-level official in North Korea’s Communist government, in the Oval Office, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said. Read More