South Korean President Moon Jae-in says he thinks a second meeting between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is “imminent.”
The South Korean leader made the announcement in a press conference on Thursday, a day after Kim ended his two-day trip to the Chinese capital, Beijing, his fourth in about 10 months.
“Kim Jong-un’s visit to China signaled that the second summit between North Korea and the United States is imminent, I think,” President Moon said.
“Perhaps in the near future, I’m expecting to hear news of high-level talks between North Korea and the United States that will take place for the second summit,” he added.
A meeting is already said to have been planned between US and North Korean officials in Vietnam to discuss the site of the second Trump-Kim summit.
South Korea has acted as a go-between in diplomacy involving the US and North Korea ever since Pyongyang and Seoul started a…