The second meeting of the President of the United States Donald Trump and the leader of the North Korea Kim Jong-UN will take place towards at the end of February. The venue of the summit will be announced later.
On Friday the press Secretary of the White House Sarah Sanders said about it, commenting on the outcome of the talks the US leader and the head of the United front work Department of the Central Committee of the workers ‘ party of Korea Kim Yong-Chul.
Sanders noted that the meeting lasted one hour and 30 minutes. During this time, the parties discussed the denuclearization and the future summit of the leaders of the two countries, which will be held in the second half of February. “The President is looking forward to meeting Kim Jong-UN”.
Recall that the first ever summit of the leaders of the US and North Korea was held in Singapore on June 12. The parties agreed that the North Korea will stop nuclear and missile programs in response to the normalization of relations between the two countries and the cessation of the formal state of war on the Korean Peninsula.
However, Pyongyang reproaches Washington that it does not fulfill its promises and only requires action from the North Korea, and the us administration expressed dissatisfaction with the lack of new steps on the part of North Korea on nuclear disarmament.