Mike Pompeo did not meet with Kim Jong-UN during a visit to the DPRK
U.S. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo during his visit to Pyongyang met with North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN, according to The Washington Post, citing AP.
That such a meeting was to be held, has previously said White house spokesman Sarah Sanders.
Mr. Pompeo during a two-day visit to North Korea was limited to a meeting with a senior official Kim Yong-Chol. The Secretary called the conversation with him productive, noting that the parties managed to achieve great progress in some areas. At the same time, he continued, “there is still a lot of work” in other areas. Details Mr. Pompeo said.
He also announced the appointment of the US military and representatives of the DPRK on July 12 on the border of South and North Korea. They will discuss the transfer to the United States of the remains of American soldiers killed during the Korean war.
12 June, Singapore hosted the meeting of American and North Korean leaders Donald trump and Kim Jong-UN. Following the talks, the sides signed a joint document, according to which the United States give North Korea security assurances. In response, the DPRK should commit itself to denuclearize.
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