Mass media: Trump and Kim Jong-un to declare Korean war over

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Pompeo's arrival in Pyongyang Wednesday coincided with a trilateral summit in Tokyo between Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and South Korean President Moon Jae-in to discuss the escalating diplomatic rapport between North and South Korea, highlighted by last month's historic summit between Moon and Kim at the Demilitarized Zone separating the two rivals.

"If North Korea takes bold action to quickly denuclearize, the United States is prepared to work with North Korea to achieve prosperity on par with our South Korean friends", he said.

"We hope this meeting will advance prospects for peace in the Korean Peninsula", the ministry added.

"We had good conversations, substantive conversations".

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North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (R) meets U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (L) in this photo published in the May 10, 2018, edition of the North's daily Rodong Sinmun.

And Pompeo said the United States would remain on board to help develop the North's economy, which has been devastated by its own mismanagement and crippling worldwide sanctions. "Conversations that involved deep complex problems, challenges; the strategic decision that Chairman Kim has before him about how it is he wishes to proceed and if he is prepared, in exchange for the assurances we are ready to provide to him, if he is prepared to fully denuclearise". The U.S. would also want North Korea to give up any nuclear weapons it already built.

He said its policy was now "to concentrate all efforts into economic progress", but stressed that this had nothing to do with worldwide sanctions imposed on the country. "We will both try to make it a very special movement for the World Peace".

The U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is traveling to North Korea, preparing for the upcoming meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korea leader Kim Jong Un.

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There are 10 legal challenges similar to Ms Phelan's in the pipeline. "I don't want any of them to go to court", he said. He added: "The response to the crisis has been shocking in my view, it has been very badly managed".

But both Kang and Pompeo insisted that they agreed on the need for the "total, complete, permanent and verifiable" denuclearization of the divided peninsula.

"The first time it was truly an intelligence effort" to validate Kim's intention, said Pompeo, while the second visit is hoping to "put in place a framework", and "conditions" for a successful summit between the two presidents.

Pompeo spoke after coming out of talks with South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha. "North Korea summit to be an opportunity for moving forward on the nuclear and missile issue as well as on the abduction issue, which is of the greatest importance". "It will make it more hard for Kim Jong Un to deny inspections now that he has placed them on the table".

The North's announcement comes days after Washington announced that the historic summit between Kim and Trump will be held June 12 in Singapore.

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When asked what the President meant when he said on Thursday that the summit could be scuttled, Mr Shah said: "Well, we have over a month, right?"

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