As per reports from White House, both South Korean president Moon Jae-in and U.S president Trump are expected to meet during a summit to be held in Washington next month. Moon Jae-in will be reaching U.S. on 10th April and the meeting will happen next day. This is the first time both presidents will be meeting after denuclearization negotiations failed.
Both leaders will be discussing the ways to strengthen the ties between the countries and also join hands in maintaining peace across Korean Peninsula. The meeting has been confirmed by both the countries officials. Sarah Sanders, the press secretary of White House said United States and South Korea have been two main countries supporting peace in this region.
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