South Korean President Moon Jae-in could travel to Singapore in June to hold a trilateral summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump, according to the presidential office in Seoul.
If the trip were made it would be around June 12, when the bilateral summit between Kim and Trump is scheduled to discuss the possible North Korean denuclearization, confirmed a presidential spokesperson to Efe, adding that the decision will depend on the current talks held by Washington and Pyongyang
“At the moment we are considering the possibility (of Moon traveling to Singapore), but basically it depends on the outcome of the current talks,” he explained.
A team of US officials is participating in meetings with representatives of the regime until Tuesday in North Korea with the intention of organizing the expected summit between Trump and Kim, after the president of the US canceled it last Thursday and retract after an exchange of conciliatory messages.
The idea of a trilateral summit was already raised by Moon even before his first summit with Kim was held on April 27.
Moon insisted that Kim is really interested in Washington being able to propose real measures to guarantee the survival of the regime he leads.