Donald Trump has not clarified if the summit with the North Korea leader Kim Jong Un will take place in Singapore on the scheduled date June 12.
Donald Trump left the door half open for the historic event as he said on Friday, ‘We`ll see what happens. It could even be the 12th. We`re talking to them now,` he said. "They very much want to do it. We`d like to do it.’
Trump said that the US is holding talks with North Korea on this.
In a statement issued by the state agency KCNA and signed by North Korea`s deputy foreign minister, Kim Kye Gwan, the North Korean regime said it keeps the door open to resuming dialogue with the US `anytime`. `Our commitment to doing our best for the sake of peace and stability for the world and the Korean Peninsula remains unchanged, and we are open-minded in giving time and opportunity to the US,` the statement said.
The vice chancellor expressed Pyongyang`s willingness to sit `face to face` with the United States and `resolve issues at any time and in any way.`
Earlier, Trump decided to cancel the summit due to the latest `hostile` comments from North Korea against his government, which included a statement with insults to Vice President Mike Pence and summoned Washington to meet them either at the negotiating table or at a meeting. `Nuclear confrontation`.