President Donald Trump will likely have his second meeting with Kim Jong -un early next year to continue charting a way for the North Korean leader to give up his nuclear weapons in a verifiable way.
A senior administration official told White House reporters Friday that a meeting is "likely sometime after the first of the year.''
The official spoke on condition of anonymity because details of the meeting have not been finalized.
|US President Donald Trump. Yonhap|
Earlier this month, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made his fourth visit to North Korea, and he is coordinating with allies Japan and South Korea to arrange a second summit between Trump and Kim.
The two leaders' meeting in June in Singapore produced a vague agreement on denuclearization with few, if any, specifics.