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North Korea's media confirms Kim Jong Un's train to the second summit



North Korea leader Kim Jong Un was on a Sunday in Vietnam for his second summit with US President Donald Trump, the state media said.

Kim was accompanied by Kim Yong Chol, who was a key negotiator in talks with the US and Kim Yo Jong, sister of the leader, reported the official Korean news agency of the North.

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Late Saturday, an Associated Press reporter saw a green and a yellow train, similar to Kim's earlier across a bridge to the Chinese border town Dandong was used.

The Trump Kim meeting will take place on Wednesday and Thursday in Hanoi.

Its First Summit in June This year Singapore ended without substantive agreements on nuclear disarmament in the North, triggering months of deadlock in negotiations as Washington and Pyongyang proceeded to sequencing North Korea's nuclear disarmament and removing US-led Sancti had to fight against the north.

Kim's overseas travel plans are routinely kept secret.

It could take more than two days for the train to travel thousands of kilometers through China to Vietnam.

The Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced on Saturday that Kim will make an official visit "in the coming days" at the invitation of President Nguyen Phu Trong, who is also General Secretary of the Vietnamese-ruling Communist Party.

Speaking at Trump's upcoming meeting, experts say Kim will seek US pledges to improve bilateral relations and, in part, facilitate sanctions while trying to minimize concessions to his nuclear facilities and weapons.

While Kim wants to use his nuclear and missile program for economic and security benefits, there remains doubt as to whether he is ready to completely eliminate an arsenal he considers to be the strongest guarantee of his survival.

Last year, North Korea broke out its nuclear and long-term occupation ̵

1; missile testing and unilateral dismantling of the nuclear test site and parts of a rocket launcher without external experts, but none of these steps was considered as a meaningful limitation on the North's weaponry capacity.

While North Korea has repeatedly demanded As the United States takes action, including sanctions, Washington has demanded more concrete steps from Pyongyang to denuclearization.

Hanoi prepares for the summit with increased confidence. Officials say that the colonial Government Guest House in downtown Hanoi is likely to be the venue for the Trump Kim meeting, with the nearby Metropole Hotel as support. The streets around the two places have been embellished with flowers and the flags of North Korea, the United States and Vietnam.

The workers have finally touched the International Media Center. According to the Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, around 2600 members of the foreign press have registered for the event.

Vietnam has now announced a traffic ban on Kim's possible arrival route.

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Nhan Dan, the party's newspaper, quoted the Department of Roads late Friday as saying that the ban would initially be for trucks with 10 tons or more and vehicles with nine seats on the 170-kilometer stretch of Highway One from Dong Dang, the border town with China, starting at 7pm after Hanoi Monday until 2pm Tuesday, followed by a full Tuesday ban on all vehicles from 6am to 2pm.

The People's Committee in Lang Son Province, where Dong Dang Station is located, issued a statement on Friday calling on the road operator to clean the highway and to work on construction sites on February 24 and 28, among others expose "political task".


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