After the failure of the US-North Korean summit in Hanoi last month, US President Donald Trump and South Korean President Mon Jae-in will meet on May 11 at the White House.
The meeting was aimed at "reviewing the bilateral issues and the latest developments regarding North Korea," the South Korean presidency said, adding that the two leaders will discuss "ways of coordination between the two countries to build the peace system on the peninsula." Korea through full nuclear disarmament with the strengthening of the existing alliance between South Korea and the United States. "
South Korean Defense Minister Jung Kyung-do and US President Patrick Shanahan will hold talks in Washington on April 1 in their first private meeting in which they will discuss the latest developments in the security situation on the Korean Peninsula after the failure of the Hanoi summit the Yonhap agency reported.
Pyongyang last year halted tests of missiles and nuclear warheads and opened the way for dialogue with the United States and South Korea.