Trump says North Korea no longer a nuclear threat; North highlights concessions
Wednesday, 13 June 2018 SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea no longer poses a nuclear threat, nor is it the "biggest and most dangerous problem" for the United States, President Donald Trump said on Wednesday on his return from a summit in Singapore with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
The United States and North Korea plan to hold high-level talks in Washington as soon as this week to discuss a second summit of their leaders, following a prolonged stalemate in nuclear talks, South..
A source told CNN that President Donald Trump sent North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a letter. According to CNN, the two are currently negotiating details of a second meeting. South Korean President Moon..
According to Business Insider, the talks will resume at the end of January. However, officials say that the talks could be delayed by the ongoing partial shutdown of the U.S. government. The shutdown..
Reuters reports China and South Korea called for concessions from the United States as well as North Korea, ahead of a possible second summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and U.S. President..
North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, recently showed his willingness to have a second summit meeting with the United States President Trump. However he... Eurasia Review - WorldAlso reported by •Reuters •Seattle Times
China and South Korea called for concessions from the United States as well as North Korea, ahead of a possible second summit between North Korean leader Kim... Reuters - Front PageAlso reported by •Seattle Times