North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is hoping
for a second summit with US President Donald Trump soon, the South's
President Moon Jae-in said Thursday after a three-day trip to his neighbour.
Chairman Kim Jong Un expressed hopes for a second summit with President
Trump at an early date, Moon told reporters on his return to Seoul.
Kim and Trump held a historic and high-profile meeting in Singapore in
June, where the North's leader committed to work towards denuclearisation of
the Korean peninsula, but no details were agreed.
Washington and Pyongyang have subsequently sparred over what that means and
how it will be achieved, with the Trump administration consistently referring
to the denuclearisation of North Korea specifically.
The process had become deadlocked until Moon's trip to Pyongyang, where Kim
agreed to permanently dismantle a missile testing site.
Experts were sceptical but the Trump administration immediately welcomed
the move, with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo inviting his North Korean
counterpart to meet next week on the sidelines of the United Nations General
Kim also hoped Pompeo would soon visit the North again, Moon said, and was
seeking fast progress in denuclearisation.
Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)