STOCKHOLM – The North-Korean minister of Foreign Affairs Ri Yong-ho, who is a guest in Stockholm, is talking Saturday with the Swedes. That strengthens the suspicion that the summit meeting between the American president Donald Trump and the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in the Scandinavian country will be held.
Diplomat Ri, which is rarely abroad, had Friday a meeting with his Swedish colleague Margot Wallström and also spoke with regeringschef Stefan Löfven. About the content are no announcements made. The spokesman of the ministry, leaving only know that the talks Saturday to be continued. Löfven repeated after the maintenance that he is willing as a mediator between Trump and Kim to act.
Trump assumes that he is at the end of may at the table can sit down with Kim. He showed himself during a telephone conversation with the South Korean president, Moon Jae-in is cautiously optimistic about the latest developments, said the White House. Trump and Moon were to agree that only concrete actions and not words are key to sustainable denuclearization on the Korean peninsula.