South Korea: Second Donald Trump-Kim Jong-un meet is 'imminent'
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South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Thursday said he was confident that a second summit between his US counterpart Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un would be held soon. Moon said that Kim's visit to Beijing earlier this week showed that a second US-North Korean leaders' summit was imminent. "I believe Chairman Kim's China visit is a sign that the second North Korea-US summit is not far away. China has continued to play a positive role in the process of inter-Korean dialogue, as well as US-North Korea talks", Moon said. He also urged Pyongyang to take more concrete measures towards denuclearising the regime. "I believe North Korea needs to take practical steps more boldly if it wishes to resolve the issue of international sanctions because that depends on the speed of North Korea's denuclearisation process," Moon said, although he also stressed the need for the international community to show reciprocal steps to hasten the process. Moon's remarks came after Chinese s
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