On Tuesday a foremost North Korean official made his way towards New York for a conversation with the U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. This marked the most recent sign towards the much-anticipated summit between the North Korean Leader Kim Jong and the U.S. President.

The U.S. President Donald Trump made a steadfast comment via Twitter. His tweet mentioned that Kim Yong Chol the former spy chief and a trustworthy of the North Korean Leader, had set off to experience the highest level meeting in the billow of the week showered with diplomatic activities that targeted at calling off the historic summit.

“We have put a great team together for our talks with North Korea,” Tweeted President DonaldTrump on Tuesday. “Meetings are currently taking place concerning Summit, and more. Kim Young (sic) Chol, the Vice Chairman of North Korea, heading now to New York. Solid response to my letter, thank you!”

The vice chairman of the ruling “Workers Party” Central Committee and erstwhile head of the North Korean Military intelligence agency have fixed an appointment with Pompeo at the end of this week.

“The United States continues to actively prepare for President Trump’s expected summit with leader Kim in Singapore,” – said the spokeswoman of While House, Sarah Sanders.

Trump is of the opinion that “ongoing discussions are going very well,” said Sanders. However, she was talking in contrast to the weekend between the North Korean officials and the U.S President in the demilitarized zone that set apart the Koreans and the Logistic team of the White House. A delegate from North Korea was expected to visit the United States on Wednesday post the talk with the Chinese officials held in Beijing said South Korea’s Yonhap agency.

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