Trump tweets that summit with Kim Jong-un "will happen"

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The delegation that entered North Korea on Sunday is more focused on the substance of the talks.

The comments came hours after Kim and South Korean President Moon Jae-in met in the truce village of Panmunjom to try to salvage the June 12 Trump-Kim summit.

"It looked like the real Kim Jong Un, but later I realised it's not the real one", said Sagar Admuthe who was visiting from Mumbai, India, after several selfies with the doppleganger against a backdrop of the city's bay. Trump announced Thursday that he was canceling the summit but later suggested in a tweet that the talks might go forward after all.

On Saturday, Trump said that talks in preparation for the June 12 summit in Singapore are now progressing very well.

Kim reaffirmed his commitment to "complete" denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula and to a planned meeting with Trump, Moon told a news conference in Seoul.

"It has a chance to be a great, great meeting for North Korea and a great meeting for the world", he said.

Kim, the US ambassador to the Philippines, also served as ambassador to South Korea and was part of the USA negotiating team that last held substantive denuclearization talks with North Korea during the George W. Bush administration in 2005. We're looking at June 12 in Singapore. What North Korea has meant traditionally by regime security is end of U.S. Moon said North Korea is not convinced it can trust security guarantees from the United States. "The biggest challenge is for the global community to jointly prevent North Korea from evading sanctions", Kono told reporters during a visit to Yamagata Prefecture in northeastern Japan. The North hasn't openly repeated those same demands after Kim's sudden outreach to Seoul and Washington.

Pictures from the summit showed Mr Moon and Mr Kim shaking hands as well as embracing, and revealed Mr Kim brought along his sister, Kim Yo Jung.

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Moon acknowledged Pyongyang and Washington may have differing expectations of what denuclearisation means and he urged both sides to hold working-level talks to resolve their differences.

Members of Congress said the devil, as is always the case with North Korea, will be in the details. -South Korean military exercises in the south. Roy Blunt, Missouri Republican, on "Fox News Sunday". Kim and Choe know each other well - both were part of the delegations that negotiated the 2005 denuclearization agreement through the six-party framework. "That hasn't changed. And it's moving along pretty well, so we'll see what happens", he said. "I think it was a good thing to do". "But we need results and they need to be very visible before the United States creates any benefits", he said.

"I would love to see them denuclearize. But he wants to give off this perception that he's this open leader, that he's peaceful, that he's reasonable", Mr. Rubio said on ABC's "This Week". "Let's grab this opportunity", she said.

Another government source said, "We should not be swayed by what is happening right now". "I am hopeful that Secretary [of State Mike] Pompeo will brief and engage Congress".

China's Foreign Ministry said yesterday it hoped the summit could happen as planned and be successful. -North Korean summit that he sees as the best way to ease animosity that had some fearing a war past year.

Clapper added that despite the setbacks, he thought there was still value in holding a summit.

"Having gone this far, there is value in meeting and greeting, gripping and grinning, and just establishing a rapport", he said.

"It's not something that I relish or take lightly", Rubio said.