Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un second meet “imminent”, reports South Korea

Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un second meet “imminent”, reports South Korea

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s trip to China this week is a sign that a second summit between the United States President Donald Trump and Kim is an “imminent”, on Thursday said the South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in.

Moon told sources that “I think Chairman Kim Jong Un’s visit to China will have a very positive effect on the success of the second US-North Korea summit.”

More details are awaited.

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