Kim Jong-un made a statement during a meeting with the South Korean president Mun Chin-in in Pyongyang.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said Tuesday that his June summit with US President Donald Trump has stabilized the security situation in the region. He expressed himself during a meeting with South Korean president Mun Chin-in in Pyongyang, AP's news agency, which was quoted, referring to the South Korean media.
Kim also thanked Mun for mediating at his Trump summit in Singapore. He noted that relations between the two Korea & # 39; s and between North Korea and the US had improved. "President Mun helped organize historical talks between North Korea and the United States," added Kim Chong-un, according to the Jonhap agency.
The South Korean president has hoped that the summit with Kim will bring fruit of peace and prosperity. "There was trust and friendship between us, so I think everything will go well," Mun-in said.
The result is unknown
The outcome of their Tuesday talks is not yet known. According to the plan, they should concentrate on denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, strengthening relations and reducing military tensions in the region.
The South Korean president arrived directly from Seoul in the North Korean capital for a three-day visit. This is his third top this year with the leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) Kim Jong-uncle.
Their negotiations began at the headquarters of the Central Committee of the ruling Korean Workers' Party (KSP). Other important representatives from both Korea participated. Both leaders will meet again on Wednesday for the second round of talks.
Whether they organize a press conference on the outcome of the summit depends on the outcome of the discussions, said Jonhap, referring to the office of the South Korean president.