South Korean President Moon Jei has said that officials of both the countries are engaged in an intelligence conference to find out the possibility of the third summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong . The objective of the summit is to decide the future of North Korean nuclear weapons. Before that, there was a second talk in Hanoi four months ago between Trump and Kim but it ended without any agreement.
There has not been any public meeting between Washington and Pyongyang since the Hanoi talks have ended, but the possibility of resumption of dialogue between the United States and North Korea has increased after the recent exchange of private letters between Trump and Kim. South Korean President Jay In said in response to a question on Tuesday that Trump and Kim 'the desire to join the talks has not ended' and the exchange of letters between them recently proves this.
Meanwhile, report said that North Korea had termed US Secretary of State Mike Popeo as a "barrier" in a nuclear talks on Wednesday. Actually, President Trump, this weekend, South Korean President JE InnTo meet with Seoul. A spokesman for North Korea's Foreign Ministry criticized Trump's Foreign Minister and condemned Popeo's recent statements.