Donald Trump-Kim Jong Un second meeting on the cards

US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un may soon meet for the second time. There was a positive dialogue about nuclear disarmament in a meeting in Pyongyang between  US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Kim Jong.

After nearly two hours of talks between US Secretary of State Mike Pompey and Kim in Pyongyang, North Korea, Pompey tweeted that “meeting with Pyongyang on the trip was good with the chairman Kim. We are moving forward towards continuous progress based on the consent of the Singapore summit. Thank you for hosting me and my team.”

Kim Jong-Un has also praised the conversation with Pompeo. He said this was a very good day, which promises a good future for both countries.

After the talks with North Korea, US Foreign Minister Pompeo arrived in South Korea. In the capital Seoul, Pompeo said that the second round of summit on the nearest possible date between the US and North Korea has been agreed on. A statement issued from the office of the President of South Korea said that although the date and place is yet to be agreed.

In a statement issued by South Korea, it has been said that steps taken by North Korea regarding nuclear disarmamen have been discussed.

The first meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un was held in Singapore in the month of June this year, in which North Korea assured that it would work towards releasing the Korean Peninsula from nuclear weapons.

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