The US President Donald Trump is expecting something positive to another summit with Kim Jong UN after the leader of North Korea alerted Pyongyang could alter its strategy to nuclear talks if Washington insists with approvals.

Trump said in a brief tweet, “I also look forward to meeting with Chairman Kim who realizes so well that North Korea possesses great economic potential ”. In Singapore, in June, the two internationally renowned leaders made global headlines with a directing summit where they registered a slightly worded commitment on denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.

But the progress has since interrupted with the two sides challenging over what the announcement means, and the peace of US-North Korean debates has slowed, cancelling the meetings and visits at a short notice.

The North is urging relief from the several sanctions inflicted on it over its prohibition of nuclear weapons and the specific programmes of the ballistic missile and has criticized the persistence of US on its nuclear demilitarization as “gangster-like”.

Pondering of a second Trump-Kim summit has diminished and emerged, with the US President claiming that he expected it would occur early in this year.

But the approach of the visit by Kim to Seoul before the end of December did not transpire. Reaching at the peak in late 2017, the North has tested six atomic blasts and commenced rockets capable of arriving the entire US mainland, but has now decided no this kind of tests for more than a year.

In his new Year resolution speech, Kim addressed the approvals to be eased, claiming that the North had announced “ we would neither make and test nuclear weapons any longer nor use and proliferate them” and pleaded the US to take “corresponding practical actions ”.

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