A top U.S. Department of State official on Monday said she thinks there will be another summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un but no date has been set.
Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security Andrea Thompson made the comment in a speech at the Carnegie Nuclear Conference in Washington.
On Sunday, John Bolton, White House national security adviser, insisted the president is confident about his good relationship with Mr Kim. But he said another round of face-to-face talks could be some time away.
February’s summit in Hanoi broke up early when the two leaders failed to agree on US demands for Mr Kim to give up his nuclear weapons and North Korea’s call for sanctions to be lifted.
Mr Bolton told ABC TV: "The president's confident in his personal relationship with Kim Jong-un. He's invested a lot of time in trying to develop that relationship.
"He said he's open to a third summit, none has been scheduled, and some time may have to go by.
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