South Korean media is reporting the summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump will take place in Singapore in June. Trump confirmed on Friday the time and place for the meeting had been decided, and said it would be announced "soon." Trump has previously warned that he could call off the meeting if he does not feel it would be "fruitful."
The US and North Korean leaders are likely to meet in Singapore in mid-June, according to South Korean media reports, as tensions ease on the Korean peninsula following the first inter-Korean summit in over a decade.
US President Donald Trump had floated the idea of holding the historic talks in the deeply symbolic setting of the demilitarized zone along the border between North and South Korea, but the two sides have instead chosen city state Singapore as a third-party host, unnamed sources told both the Chosun newspaper and Yonhap news agency.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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