The leaders of North and South Korea met in the demilitarized zone separating the two countries on Saturday, hours after President Donald Trump suggested his June 12 summit with Kim Jong Un may still go ahead.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and the North Korean leader reportedly discussed how to implement the denucelarization agreement they signed when they first met at the border in April, according to a statement released by South Korea’s presidential Blue House. They also spoke about the potential summit with Trump, the Blue House said.
Trump abruptly canceled the planned June 12 summit in Singapore on Thursday, but tweeted late Friday night that the two countries are having “very productive talks” about reinstating the summit.
Source: NBC News
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