Kim Jong Un invites Donald Trump to a second summit in North Korea in July




Kim Jong Un invites Donald Trump to a second summit in North Korea in July'

Donald Trump has been invited by Kim Jong Un to visit Pyongyang for the second summit in July.

In a letter that was hand-delivered to the White House earlier this month shows the North Korean leader inviting Trump to a second summit.

According to reports, if the meeting goes well the July summit could be followed by another meeting in Washington scheduled for September, South Korean media says.

Kim and Trump will meet in Singapore on Tuesday, in the first-ever summit between the leaders of America and North Korea.

High-ranking officials from both countries have met several times in advance of Tuesday's summit to prepare for the historic talks.

It was at those meetings that the need for further summits was agreed and a rough timetable laid out, Japanese news agency Kyodo News reports.

Kim invited Trump to the North Korean capital on June 1 in a hand-written letter, according to South Korean newspaper JoongAng Ilbo, which cited an anonymous source in Singapore.

It is the first time the contents of the letter have been discussed after the White House refused to say what it said.

Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump are both in Singapore ahead of the first summit, although staying at separate hotels.

The pair is scheduled to meet at 9am local time on Tuesday and will hold one-on-one talks for around two hours before being joined by their aides.

The summit has been described as the start of a 'changed era'.



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