Kim Jong in “warm” letter asks Trump to meet again

Sep 11, 2018, 6:00 AM EDT
The U.S. faces global scrutiny over stalled progress of Pyongyang’s denuclearization after the historic Singapore summit.
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As the U.S. faces global scrutiny over the stalled progress of Pyongyang’s denuclearization, N. Korean leader Kim Jong-un has written a “very warm” letter to President Donald Trump, asking for a second meeting.

The White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said the U.S. is looking forward to scheduling another meeting between the two state heads, adding that the full letter would be made public after Pyongyang agrees to it, reports Reuters.

Sanders described the letter as a sign of improving ties with the North while attributing this diplomatic success to Trump, who drew criticism after the historic Singapore summit for failing to extract concrete commitments from Pyongyang, notes Firstpost.