The White House has announced that in late February, President of United States of America Donald Trump is going to hold a second summit with Kim Jong-Un, North Korean leader, on Pyongyang dismantling its missile and nuclear programmes.
Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un had met in Singapore on June 12 last year for their first summit. However, the White House did not identify a location for the second setting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un.
This announcement comes just after Donald Trump met with North Korean envoy Kim Yong Chol for a discussion on Friday that included talks about North Korean leader’s unfulfilled pledge for dismantling nuclear weapon programmes of North Korea.
Sarah Sanders, White House press Secretary told that President Donald Trump sat down with the North Korean envoy, a high level official in communist government of North Korea in the Oval office.