Kim willing for third summit with Trump but within deadline

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has a condition to resume talks with United States. He said the counterpart should have right attitude towards any next meet.

Talking to state media Kim urged President Trump to pursue a fair and mutually acceptable deal.

Both the leaders met first in 2018 in Singapore and a second was in Hanoi earlier this year in February to mainly focus on denuclearization.

About failed Hanoi summit Vice Foreign Minister Choe Sun-hui said last month Trump took a gangster-like stance and so it had thrown away golden opportunity.

Trump had earlier claimed North Korea wanted entire sanctions to be lifted in exchange of disabling of a major nuclear site in the country.

Lately Kim created a doubt whether US genuinely wanted to improve ties with North Korea saying, “We are willing to give another try if the US offers to have a third summit with the right attitude and mutually acceptable terms.”

Trump had earlier claimed North Korea wanted entire sanctions to be lifted in exchange of disabling of a major nuclear site in the country.

He added Trump can have another opportunity for a summit until the end of 2019. Analysts believe beyond the deadline North Korea may take different diplomatic steps and may look for ties with other countries.

The comment of Kim comes a day after Trump said there is possibility of talks with Kim.

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