President Trump strongly asserted South Korea will not lift sanctions against Pyongyang without his approval.
The second summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is now one step closer as conditions for the meeting have officially been set.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo cited “fundamental” disagreement with China’s foreign minister amid rising tensions between the two nations.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo pledges to coordinate with Japan in upcoming talks with Kim Jong Un. Speaking with reporters in Tokyo Saturday, Pompeo vowed to address the issue of abducted Japanese citizens with the North Korean leader.
South Korea’s president is touting recent military agreements with their northern neighbors as troops begin removing landmines along the heavily fortified border.
According to Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, a reunification of the two Koreas is not too far out and requires international assistance.
President Trump says a second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will happen in the not too distant future.
The Trump administration continues to build on denuclearization peace talks after a successful summit between North and South Korea. One America’s Gabrielle Cuccia has more from Washington.
President Trump tells OAN that the original June 12 date is still on the table for a possible NK Summit and that the two countries are once again communicating.