North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un received a personal letter of “excellent content” from United States President Donald Trump, the state media reported on Sunday, there is still a nuclear deadlock between Pyongyang and Washington. Discussions have been stopped after the collapse of a second summit in Vietnam between the two leaders in February after they disagreed on what the North Korea would be willing to give up in exchange for the sanctions relief.
Further details of the content in the letter were not given by The White House. Both countries have blamed each other for the disagreement in the summit but they have shown a willingness to meet again for another discussion. United States President Donald Trump told earlier this month that he had received a ‘beautiful letter’ from North Korean leader Kim Jong un.
After reading the letter Mr Kim Jong un said with satisfaction that “the letter is of excellent content.” according to Korean Central News Agency.Korean Central News Agency also said “Appreciating the political judging faculty and extraordinary courage of President Trump, Kim Jong Un said that he would seriously contemplate the interesting content.” Chinese president Xi Jinping look forward to meet President Donald Trump later this month in Japan during the G-20 summit. Analysts say that “Xi Jinping intends to use his trip to the North as a way of signalling to Trump his influence with Kim.”
The North Korean leader Kim Jong Un told Mr Xi Jinping that he is willing to stay patient and hope to meet the Trump halfway to explore the solutions for each sides reasonable concerns. According to a Staterun China Central Television. South Korea’s presidental Blue House said to the reporters “it was aware of Mr. Trump’s letter based on communication with Washington.We see this as a positive development for ongoing U S and North Korea dialogue.” Summit held in Singapore last year was the first ever meeting between a North Korean leader and a sitting U.S president. Cheong Seong chang a senior man at Sejong Institute and a Seoul based private think tank said “Momentum is building up for a third summit between Trump and Kim Jong Un.”
Press secretary Sarah Sanders told “A letter was sent by President Trump and correspondence between the two leaders has been ongoing.” Kim Jong Un whose country is suffering under severe economic sanctions, has recently begun to extend diplomatic opportunities by sending a letter to United States President Donald Trump and inviting Mr Xi Jinping to Pyongyang.Chinese president Xi Jinping and United States President Donald Trump are set to discuss their trade war at the Group of 20 gathering in Osaka, Japan this weekend.
Donald Trump is then planning to fly to South Korea to meet with the president Moon Jae in who is encouraging Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un to resume nuclear negotiations. Moon Jae wants to meet Kim Jong Un again to help make the things clear between North korea and United States. Moon’s office welcomed the exchange of letters between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un saying “it would help build
momentum for dialogue.”