The Us President Donald Trump told that US diplomats had a “very productive meeting” with the officials of North Korea, and he declared his summit later in this month with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un would be held in the capital of Vietnam, Hanoi.  Trump posted on Twitter, “My representatives have just left North Korea after a very productive meeting and an agreed upon time and date for the second Summit with Kim Jong Un. It will take place in Hanoi, Vietnam, on February 27 & 28”.

He told, “I look forward to seeing Chairman Kim & advancing the cause of peace! ”Earlier in this week, Trump declared the dates for the second summit with Kim and told it would be held in Vietnam, but the name of the city had not been disclosed.

The US special representative of North Korea, Stephen Biegun held three days of discussions in Pyongyang to prepare for the summit according to the State Department.

It told Biegun agreed with his counterpart, Kim Hyok Chol to meet again ahead of the summit.

The US State Department told, “ discussed advancing President Trump and Chairman Kim’s Singapore summit commitments of complete denuclearisation, transforming US-DPRK relations, and building a lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula”.

The statement, which referred to North Korea by the abbreviation for its official name, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, gave no signal of any progress in the discussions.

Biegun told in his Pyongyang discussions in the last week, it would be targeted at initiating progress on the commitments made in Singapore and mapping out, “ a set of concrete deliverables” for the second summit.

 

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