A senior North Korean official will on Friday hand over a letter from the country’s leader Kim Jong Un to U.S. President Donald Trump.
This is in a rare visit to the White House as the two sides try to put a derailed summit meeting back on track
Trump hopes to meet Kim in Singapore on June 12 and pressure him to give up his nuclear weapons, although he conceded on Thursday that might require more rounds of direct negotiations.
“I’d like to see it done in one meeting,” Trump told Reuters. “But often times that’s not the way deals work.
“There’s a very good chance that it won’t be done in one meeting or two meetings or three meetings. But it’ll get done at some point.” he added
Leading the delegation to the White House on Friday is Kim Yong Chol, a close aide of Kim Jong Un.
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