TASS, May 10. North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un said he is convinced his upcoming meeting with US President Donald Trump will bring about positive changes on the Korean Peninsula, Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said on Thursday after Kim’s meeting with US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo.
"He (Kim Jong-un) said the upcoming North Korea-US summit will be a historic meeting for the first step towards development of positive changes on the Korean Peninsula and building better future," the agency said.
Pompeo arrived in the North Korean capital city to discuss organizational details of the upcoming meeting between the two countries’ leaders.
US President Donald Trump told journalists on Wednesday the venue and date of his meeting with Kim Jong-un would be announced within three day. However, he noted, it would not be Panmunjom in the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas. Meanwhile, Associated Press said citing its sources in the US administration that Singapore is seen as the most probable venue for the summit planned for late May or early June.