United States president confirms Kim-Trump second summit at February end

The United States President Donald Trump has said on January 20 that he is “looking forward” to meeting North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-Un and confirmed his second summit with Kim going to be held at the end of February.

Taking his willingness meeting Kim on Twitter, Trump on Sunday, wrote: “The Media is not giving us credit for the tremendous progress we have made with North Korea. Think of where we were at the end of the Obama Administration compared to now. Great meeting this week with top Reps. Looking forward to meeting with Chairman Kim at end of February!”

According to news reported by Bloomberg, Trump’s confirmation comes amidst stalled talks between the two nations – the US and North Korea – on the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. Furthermost, Trump’s announcement regarding Kim-Trump second summit comes after a top North Koran negotiator, Kim Yong-Chol visited Washington and met with the US president and several other senior US officials as well as secretary of state Mike Pompeo.

However, according to Trump the announcement regarding the location of the meeting is yet to be declared even though the dates have been finalized. Several media reports claimed the location might be Vietnam for the second summit between both sides.

The very first historic US-North Korea summit held was in June 2018 between Trump and Kim at Singapore.

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