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Washington D.C., April 13: President Donald Trump on Saturday said that he agreed with recent comments by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on a possible third summit between the two. Kim Jong Un seem prepared to face tough times ahead especially after President Trump declared his intention to visit South Korea. He also lobbied hard to set up the first summit between Kim and Trump last June, when they agreed to a vague statement about a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula without describing how or when it would occur. -North Korea summits, he added. The newly elected parliament members excelled at an unopposed poll last month during which Kim Jong Un was reelected as the State Affairs Commission Chairman.

But Kim also stressed that the DPRK would not be interested in a repetition of February's summit between the two in Hanoi, which concluded without a deal amid disagreement over sanctions.

Technically, North and South Korea remain at war as no peace agreement has been signed between them.

A summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and Kim in Hanoi ended early without significant progress.

Chung acted as a special envoy to North Korea in 2018, ahead of summits between leaders.

"We are willing to give another try if the U.S. offers to have a third summit with the right attitude and mutually acceptable terms", he said, according to a report by North Korean state media outlet KCNA.

Kim blamed the collapse of his second summit with Trump on what he described as Washington's unilateral demands. "South Korea alliance and play the role of safeguarding the peace of Northeast Asia, we need a strong military", Moon said, according to Yonhap. He said the North's economy would preserve through heavy USA -led sanctions imposed over its nuclear weapons program and that he "wouldn't "obsess over summitry with the United States out of thirst for sanctions relief".

Kim's speech came after North Korea's Supreme People's Assembly made a slew of personnel changes that bolstered Kim's diplomatic lineup.

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