2 month ago
White House: Trump hosting South Korean President Moon Jae-in in DC on May 22
On the Air Force One flight to Texas, @POTUS says the summit with Kim Jong Un "will be very soon. I have the date. I have the location. It's all agreed to."
@ChiefPentSpox: The @nytimes story is wrong. @POTUS has not asked the Pentagon to provide options for reducing American forces stationed in South Korea
U.N. agency to consider North Korea request on new air routes to South
Korean Air staff protest against 'nut rage' family
North Korea joins South Korea's time zone
: "We're doing very well with the hostages. We're in constant contact with the leadership. We're in constant contact with North Korea. We've actually worked out a time and a place which will be announced shortly."
Trump says a time and place for his meeting with North Korea's Kim Jong Un has been set and will be announced soon.
In their first telephone talks, @AbeShinzo and Xi Jinping Shinzo agree to "closely cooperate in resolving the North Korean nuclear and missile issues, while confirming the importance of U.N. sanctions against the North to achieve that goal."
American detainees in North Korea could be released on Saturday: sources
"The New York Times story is utter nonsense. The President has not asked the Pentagon to provide options for reducing American forces stationed in South Korea." Ambassador John Bolton, U.S. National Security Adviser
"Utter nonsense," responds @AmbJohnBolton to this @nytimes story about Trump order options for reducing U.S. troops in South Korea
US National Security Adviser says Trump has not asked Pentagon for options to reduce US forces in South Korea
South Korean national security adviser visits U.S., to meet Bolton: officials
South Korean, Chinese leaders hold phone talks, vow close cooperation in push for peace treaty
South Korea government says it'll take stern measures to prevent defectors' group from continuing to launch balloons towards the DPRK
Leaders of South Korea, China vow joint efforts in pushing for formal end to Korean War
South Korea urges activists to immediately stop anti-North Korea leaflet campaign
President Moon appoints new chiefs of South Korean missions to 21 countries
2 month ago
China says summit with Japan, South Korea to focus on cooperation, not North Korea
The finance ministers and central bank governors of China, Japan, and South Korea stressed on Friday the need to resist "all forms of protectionism" and agreed to ensure "an open and rule-based multilateral trade and investment system."
South Korea, Saudi Arabia discuss ways to expand energy cooperation
Korea police seek arrest warrant for Korean Air chairman's daughter over alleged assault
KCNA: "The World Council of Churchesarrived here ThursdayThe delegation of ecumenical organizations visited the statues of President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong IlThe guests laid a bouquet before the statues of the great leaders and paid tribute to them."
KCNA: "The talk proceeded in a comradely and amicable atmosphere. Kim Jong Un expressed great satisfaction over the excellent talk with Wang Yi which reconfirmed the views of the DPRK and China on important issuesHe warmly embraced Wang Yi and exchanged good-byes with him."
KCNA: "At the meeting there were wide-ranging and in-depth exchanges of opinions oncooperative relations between the two countries and the issues of mutual concern including the direction and prospect of the development of the situation on the Korean peninsula."
KCNA: "Wang Yi courteously conveyed to him warm greetings from Xi JinpingThe Supreme Leader expressed thanks for it and requested Wang Yi to convey warm greetings from him and the party, government and people of the DPRK to respected Xi Jinping and the fraternal Chinese people"
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un, the respected Supreme Leader of the party, state and army of the DPRK, was so pleased to see Wang Yi again more than one month after his visit to China and exchanged warm greetings with him. Then, he had a talk with Wang Yi."
White House declines to confirm release of American detainees in North Korea
"Stopping a nuclear war" is the number one priority of @POTUS, asserts @PressSec in response to question of whether he prefers to meet with Kim Jong Un than special counsel Mueller.
: "We certainty would see this as a sign of good will if North Korea were to release the three Americans ahead of discussions between @POTUS and Kim Jong Un."
tells @ABC the Vice President will be delaying his trip to Brazil "to ensure all diplomatic and national security resources are available as President Trump plans for his historic talks with the Kim government."