Moon and Trump discuss 3rd NK-US summit via another inter-Korean summit

US presidents asks SK president to pass along whatever he learns about North’s position

During their summit in Washington, DC, on Apr. 11, South Korean President Moon Jae-in and US President Donald Trump confirmed the possibility of holding a third North Korea-US summit and agreed to renew momentum for North Korea-US dialogue, which is currently stalled, through an inter-Korean summit. In effect, the three-legged diplomatic relay between the leaders of South Korea, North Korea, and the US that began last year with the goal of the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and the establishment of lasting peace has resumed through the following sequence of summits – South Korea-US, South-North and North Korea-US – after the North Korea-US summit in Hanoi concluded without an agreement.

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