North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Us President Donald Trump will meet in their second summit which will be held in less than a year after their meeting in the Vietnamese capital on Wednesday. In this meeting between the two powerful global power of the world, the US has sought substantial steps by North Korea to disassemble the nuclear weapons program.

The White House told the US President to meet Kim at the French-colonial-era of Hanoi Metropole Hotel at 6.30 pm and have a 20-minute one-on-one conversation before a scheduled dinner.

The US President flew into Hanoi on Air Force One late. Donald Trump wrote in a post on Twitter, “Just arrived in Vietnam ”. He told, “ Thank you to all of the people for the great reception in Hanoi. Tremendous crowds, and so much love!”.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Unreached by train in the day after the three-day-long journey from his capital, Pyongyang, through China. He finished the last step from a border station to Hanoi by car.

The two global leaders who seemed to hit amazingly warm relationship at their first meeting in Singapore in last June will be attended at dinner by two deputy and interpreters, according to the earlier statement of White House.

After the first historic summit in Singapore, between the North Korean leader and the US President, the discussions come after eight months.

After decades-long bitter hostility the first meeting was an attempt to break the ice of diplomacy between two countries, this time there will be constrained to take move beyond the virtually worded commitment by Kim to work toward the complete denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula.

The critics of the US President in his country alerted him about trimming a deal which would do little to restrain the nuclear ambitions of North Korea, pleading specific justified action by North Korea to disown the nuclear weapon which threatens the United States.

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