Mr Trump himself welcomed the dialogue - and said talks between North Korea and the USA were a possibility, saying 'We'll see what happens'.
North Korea confirmed on Tuesday that it will send a delegation of athletes to the Olympics, which take place in Pyeongchang next month, despite the two countries technically still being at war.
Reuters noted that while Russian Federation has voted in favor of global sanctions at the United Nations against North Korea over the Hermit Kingdom's nuclear program, they have also called for the West to enter into talks with the Communist regime.
He welcomed them, but warned that his country would continue to work with the worldwide community to apply pressure on the North to give up nuclear weapons.
CNN reports that the motive behind Kim's willingness to hold talks is shrouded in mystery.
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The White House released a statement on Wednesday detailing Trump's phone call with Moon, noting that Trump "expressed his openness to holding talks between the United States and North Korea at the appropriate time, under the right circumstances". At the same time, South Korea conducted its annual joint war games with the U.S., including U.S. Air Force strategic bombers, nuclear-powered aircraft carriers and submarines.
Trump added, "Who knows where it leads".
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North Korea propaganda outlet Uriminzokkiri stated Friday the United States agreed to postpone military exercises until after the Winter Games, and credited the development to the Kim Jong Un regime. Yonhap reported that Moon's chief press secretary, Yoon Young-chan, said Trump also offered assurance that military force would not happen while the two Koreas continue to talk.
Trump discussed North Korea in a call Thursday with French President Emmanuel Macron of France.
The U.S. and other world powers want North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons program. After the successful talks, North Korea plans to send a delegation Pyeongchang. But he warns that North Korea could use the talks to divide South Korea from its allies, Japan and the U.S.