Kim meeting only if N Korea fulfills promises: WH

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Video 2:20 South Korea's top security adviser makes the announcement at the White House ABC News External Link Trump tweet: "Chinese President XI JINPING and I spoke at length about the meeting with KIM JONG UN of North Korea". "Asked if the White House still expected the meeting to go forward, Press Secretary Huckabee Sanders said: "€We fully expect that it will".

Korean stocks reached a five-week high on March 12 as eased geopolitical tensions and optimistic U.S. economic data boosted investor sentiment, analysts said. "So we think North Korea is having a cautious approach on the issue as it needs time to organize its stance", Unification Ministry spokesperson Baik Tae-hyun said Monday. -South Korean military exercises during that time.

Both Trump and Kim would also need to be prepared to offer each other concessions outside the strict parameters of the denuclearization negotiations, Blaney suggested.

The decision to meet drew support from countries seeking to defuse tensions between North Korea and the USA, along with warnings that Kim may be playing for more time to develop his weapons while seeking relief from US -led worldwide sanctions.

North Korea's state media is yet to report on the developments and the regime has not so far respond officially to Trump's acceptance of the invitation to talks. He noted in a tweet that North Korea has refrained from such tests since November and said Kim "has promised not to do so through our meetings".

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Blaney said the United States should collaborate with countries in the region although some are concerned that Moscow could hinder Washington's efforts to reach a nuclear deal with North Korea. South Korea's President Moon Jae-in also plans a summit with Kim by the end of April.

South Korean officials have called for the resumption of visits between separated Korean families in the North and South, as a "humanitarian and human rights issue", especially as many family members are now in their 80s.

"As long as all parties can focus on the fundamental goal of denuclearisation, peace and stability, the Korean peninsula will finally usher in the spring, when ice will thaw and flowers will bloom", Xi said.

In Geneva, the United Nations investigator on North Korea told the world body's Human Rights Council that any progress in the nuclear and security dialogue must be accompanied by talks on human rights violations, including political prison camps.

Signing a peace treaty would require addressing issues regarding the USA military's presence in South Korea and its transfer of wartime operational control to South Korea and United Nations forces there, Koh said.

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