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But "fun" might not exactly be the most accurate description on June 12, when President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un meet for a historic summit, bringing a cavalcade of security officers to the resort island with them. Speaking during a meeting at the White House with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Trump promised that the meeting would be "much more than a photo-op". "I think it was a bit in jest".

'It's about attitude, it's about willingness to get things done, but I think I've been preparing for this summit for a long time, as has the other side.

Balakrishnan, who went to Washington earlier this week, will meet his North Korean counterpart, Ri Yong Ho, and the president of the Supreme People's Assembly and ceremonial president, Kim Yong Nam, during his two-day visit to Pyongyang, a government statement said.

Mr Giuliani said: 'We said, 'Well, we're not going to have a summit under those circumstances.

"It's in a sense our contribution to world peace", he said, according to the country's Straits Times.

"I took him as it being a small room and not being serious about the comments", Pompeo said.

"I will discuss with the president about the issues of nuclear weapons and missiles, and most importantly the the abduction issue", Abe told reporters on Wednesday before leaving.

"I believe we are going to a have a terrific success and or a modified success, but in one form or another if it all goes. It would be wonderful if it were".

The report also came before Trump made the critical decision in March to hold the summit, after being briefed by visiting South Korean officials on their recent trip to Pyongyang.

They also agreed to maintain sanctions imposed on North Korea, based on U.N. Security Council resolutions, while seeking North Korea's complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization. "We would certainly like to see normalization".

Trump, once again complained that past presidents failed to deal successfully with the North Korea problem.

Trump previous year derided Kim as "Little Rocket Man" and vowed to destroy nuclear-armed North Korea if it threatened the United States or its allies, but has recently spoken about Kim more positively as he promotes the summit as a chance to strike a historic deal.

The high-stakes Trump-Kim summit is scheduled for June 12.

In Korea, senior diplomats of the North and the USA have negotiated what will be on the table. But last Friday, Trump announced the summit between him and Kim was back on, following a lengthy meeting with a top North Korean official in the Oval Office.

Mr Giuliani said: "That is my interpretation".

"They have to de-nuke", the president added. Subject to change. But the summit is all ready to go, ' the president said.

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