President Trump has received a “very positive” letter from North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un requesting a follow-up meeting to their summit in June, after weeks of apparent deadlock. The White House declares itself open to the summit.
The United States president has said he will meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on February 27-28 for a second summit. The head-to-head is slated to take place in Vietnam.
In his State of the Union address, the US president announced he would meet the North Korean leader in Vietnam in February, and there are some important arguments in favor of choosing the communist country as a venue.
US envoys have held preliminary talks with North Korean officials in Pyongyang. The February summit between the two leaders follows their unprecedented meeting in Singapore last June.
After exchanging a number of letters and announcing they "fell in love," US President Trump will attend a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Exactly where and when the pair will meet has not been determined.
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