Trump to meet Kim Jong Un again
U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will meet at the Demilitarised Zone between the two Koreas
Trump arrived in Seoul late for talks with Moon after attending a Group of 20 summit in Osaka, Japan, during which he made a surprise, spur-of-the-moment offer to meet Kim.
It will be the third time in just over a year that Trump and Kim have met, and four months since their second summit in Hanoi, Vietnam broke down.
It will also be the first time the United States and North Korea will meet at the border between the two Koreas since a ceasefire ending the Korean War was signed 66 years ago, Moon said.
“It’s just a step,” Trump told a joint news conference with Moon, adding that he thought he understood Kim.
Moon, who will accompany Trump on the visit to the heavily fortified border, said that a third summit between the United States and North Korea would depend on what happened on Sunday.
Published: by Radio NewsHub
Moon said he and Trump agreed on the significance of “simultaneous, parallel” implementation of an agreement Trump and Kim reached at their first summit in Singapore last year.