China says it hopes Trump-Kim summit can happen as planned
NATO Deputy Secretary General Rose Gottemoeller will attend a major security forum in Asia next month, aiming to bolster the Western alliance's ties with the region amid lingering fears about the nuclear ambitions of North Korea
North Korea says it never expects U.S. economic aid
Kim Jong-un commits to Trump summit and denuclearisation, Moon says after surprise meeting
Koreas discussing possible non-aggression pledge, peace treaty talks ahead of North Korea-U.S. summit
North and South Korea are discussing the possibility of a non-aggression pledge by the U.S. to address Pyongyang's security concerns, South Korea says
Trump says talks with North Korea on summit going 'very well'
Officials in Seoul say the leaders of North and South Korea are meeting at a border village to discuss the U.S.-North Korea summit
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On that day, President Moon Jae-in met with the first deputy head of the Central Committee of the Labor Party, Kim Il-jung, at the Unification Day. At the summit meeting, Seo Hoon, the director of the National Unification Front, and Kim Young-chul,
1 month ago
President Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong Eun met in the unification corner of North Panmunjom on the afternoon of the 26th.
President Moon Jae-in held a second summit meeting with Kim Jung-eun, chairman of the National Security Council, at the unification ministry in the north of Panmunjom from 3 pm to 5 pm on March 26. The two leaders exchanged their opinions openly for the implementation of the 4.27 Panmunjom Declaration and the successful hosting of the North American Summit
South Korea, North Korea hold second summit
South Korea's Moon Jae-in met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un today at DMZ. Discussed summit with Trump
Top aide to North Korean leader spotted in Beijing
U.S. is having "very productive talks" with North Korea about reinstating the summit in Singapore, President Trump says
If US-DPRK summit takes place June 12 "we'll be ready," says @PressSec.
@POTUS spoke with reporters on the south lawn today. When asked about the North Koreans, the president said: "Everybody plays games" - then he looked at a reporter and said: "You know that better than anybody."
Trump says possible North Korea summit 'could even be on the 12th'
Trump says US 'talking to' North Korea after canceling summit, says "everybody plays games."
Seoul will keep working to create a mood for dialogue between the U.S. and North Korea, Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon said during a joint press conference with Austrian Prime Minister Sebastian Kurz
on @POTUS: "It's not if he ends the North Korean program, it's how and when."
Germany won't utter a word of criticism of Trump - says it "regrets" cancellation of North korea talks. Government spokeswoman calls on Kim Jong Un to '"create conditions" for continuation of dialogue. One could almost forget that North Korea continues to offer talks to go ahead
: Very good news to receive the warm and productive statement from North Korea. We will soon see where it will lead, hopefully to long and enduring prosperity and peace. Only time (and talent) will tell.
"German government regrets that the planned meeting between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un cannot take place," says deputy government spokesperson @m_fietz
: Democrats are so obviously rooting against us in our negotiations with North Korea. Just like they are coming to the defense of MS 13 thugs, saying that they are individuals and must be nurtured, or asking to end your big Tax Cuts and raise your taxes instead. Dems have lost touch.
KCNA: "As long as the U.S. and south Korea continue to hold joint military exercises, the sky over the Korean peninsula will not be clear even a single day and it would be hard to guarantee the present trend toward detente and the peace and stability in the region."
KCNA: "A researcher of the Disarmament and Peace Institute of the DPRK Foreign Ministry made public a commentary titled 'Who Is to Blame for Escalation of Tensions on Korean Peninsula' on Friday."
KCNA: "The international community is required to see with awakened eyes that the U.S. and south Korean warlike forces have escalated the situation through military provocations like the jointexercises whenever important agreements were reached between the north and the south."
KCNA: "All facts clearly prove once again that the joint military exercises which the U.S. holds in the Korean peninsula are the root cause of the escalation of tension in the region and that they have something to do with the U.S. Asia domination strategy."
KCNA: "This is clearly evidenced by the involvement of B-52 strategic bombers in the 2018 Max Thunder and the original plan to hold it as the U.S.-Japan-south Korea combined air drill involving fighters of Japan and south Korea."