KCNA: "At Melia Hotel, Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un listened to the detailed report on the contact between the working delegations dispatched by the DPRK and the U.S. to Hanoi for the successful second DPRK-U.S. summit talks."
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea and chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, received a report on the activities of the working delegation to the second DPRK-U.S. summit talks after arriving in Hanoi."
KCNA: "He also learnt in detail about the life of members of the embassy and their families. He gave them a warm pep talk wishing them well with their work in good health in the future, too and had a photo session with them."
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea (WPK) and chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, visited the DPRK embassy in Hanoi on Tuesday afternoon. Kim Jong Un learnt about the work and situation of the embassy."
KCNA: "The Supreme Leader will meet with Donald J. Trump, president of the United States of America, to have the historic second DPRK-U.S. summit on Feb. 27 and 28 and will pay an official goodwill visit to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam on March 1 and 2."
KCNA: "Acknowledging the enthusiastically cheering masses, he got into his private car and headed for his lodging place Melia Hotel. Along the hundreds of miles-long routewere numberless Vietnamese people of various strata, who wavedbouquets to warmly welcome Kim Jong Un."
KCNA: "The train carrying the Supreme Leader arrived at Dong Dang Station in the border area of Vietnamafter passing through several provinces and cities of the People's Republic of ChinaA Vietnamese woman presented him with a bouquet in welcome of his visit to Vietnam."
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea and chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, arrived in Hanoi, the Socialist Republic of Vietnam on Tuesday."
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KCNA: "The ardent yearning and blood ties between the leader and the people are just the blood vessel of our single-minded unity and source of inexhaustible powerin which Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un and the people are linked with blood tiesfor effecting revolutionary upsurge."
KCNA: "It is thecustom of Juche Korea that the leader trusts its people and boundlessly loves them while the latter repose an absolute trust in and remain faithful to the formerThe leader always gives top priority to the people and the people devotedly uphold the leader."
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Kim Jong Un could be seen waving from inside a Mercedes stretch limo pulling away from the railway station, for the 100 mile drive to Hanoi.
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Surrounded by security personnel, North Korea's Kim Jong Un arrives in Vietnam for summit with Pres Trump. His green armored train pulled into Dong Dang railway station just over the Chinese border in Vietnam.
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has arrived in Vietnam after a train journey of nearly 3 days; he will continue to Hanoi by car.
: Heading over to Vietnam for my meeting with Kim Jong Un. Looking forward to a very productive Summit.
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Vietnamese soldiers are seen at the Dong Dang railway station where DPRK top leader Kim Jong-un is expected to arrive for the second summit with his US counterpart Donald Trump.
: Meeting for breakfast with our Nation's Governors - then off to Vietnam for a very important Summit with Kim Jong Un. With complete Denuclearization, North Korea will rapidly become an Economic Powerhouse. Without it, just more of the same. Chairman Kim will make a wise decision.
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KCNA: "It is necessary to recollect the past when the atmosphere of peace created in the Korean peninsulaended in a failure owing to the military hostilitiesIt is necessary to behave with discretion, pondering over consequencesby the dangerous military moves."
KCNA: "Dialogue, peace and improved relations can never go together with war drill and military hostility and pressure. Rough handling of the inter-Korean relations and DPRK-U.S. ties may incur grave consequences."
KCNA: "The arms buildup and war exercise in south Korea are dangerous moves against the trend towards the improvement of the DPRK-U.S. relations and inter-Korean relations that took a significant first step."
KCNA: "If the present U.S. administration reads others' faces, lending an ear to others, it may face the shattered dream of the improvement of the relations with the DPRK and world peace and miss the rare historic opportunity. That will be followed only by regret and compunction"
KCNA: "If the upcoming DPRK-U.S. negotiations end without results as wished by the opponent forces, the U.S. people will never be cleared of the security threats that threw them into panic and then responsibility will be placed on those due."
KCNA: "The Democratic Party seems not realizing itself lurching toward conservative, being lost to its own 'authenticity' at the end of getting indulged in opposition just for the sake of opposition."
KCNA: "It is absolutely as foolhardy as expecting to see a chicken turning into a phoenix to expect proper comment from the U.S. intelligence agencies as they have it as their basic mission to claim white to be black and lie to be truth out of skepticism about others."
KCNA: "The world sincerely hopes for good results from the second DPRK-U.S. summitBut the Democratic Party of the U.S. and other opponents to the negotiations moveto disrupt thembacked by all sorts of groundless stories and misinformation even at such a crucial moment."
KCNA: "Throughout the U.S. history, no example can be found by which the U.S. governments tried to properly settle the DPRK-U.S. relations. The 'strategic patience' policy, reflective of the self-abandonment of the Obama administration, was the worst blunder."