washington - The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, during a brief visit to Pyongyang, worked out Kim Jong-un with 'options' for a new summit between President Donald Trump and the North Korean leader. Washington called it a constructive conversation in which, among other things, the location and the date were discussed. It is 'another step forward', the American department reported without going into details.
Spokeswoman Heather Nauert said that Kim invited inspectors to come to Punggye Ri to be able to determine for themselves that this basis for nuclear testing 'has been irreversibly dismantled. 'Pompeo flew to Seoul on Sunday to report South Korean President Moon Jae on the progress. He talks to the authorities in Beijing on Monday.