South Korean President Moon Jae In met North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Saturday (May 26) to discuss Kim’s possible upcoming summit with US President Donald Trump, the South said, the second inter-Korean summit in as many months.
Moon and Kim met just north of the heavily militarised border in the afternoon to exchange views to pave way for a summit between North Korea and the United States, South Korea’s presidential office said.
Moon will announce the outcome of his two-hour meeting with Kim on Sunday 10am (9am Singapore time), officials said.
“The two leaders exchanged their opinions candidly to implement the April 27 Panmunjom Declaration and to have a successful North Korea-US summit,” Moon’s chief press secretary Yoon Young Chan was quoted as saying.
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