Donald Trump And Kim Jong-Un Meet In Vietnam For Second Summit
US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un have greeted each other with handshakes and smiles as they met again in Hanoi, Vietnam..
Held in the Vietnamese city of Hanoi, the meeting is intended to bring about North Korea's denuclearisation, and possibly provide a formal end to the Korean War.
The two men previously met last June in Singapore. That historic summit ended with some backslapping and fine words, but little solid progress has been made since.
If a deal is reached, it would give Trump a rare foreign-policy victory at a time when his presidency is increasingly embattled at home.
The two men met on Wednesday evening and will then headed to a "social dinner," before starting a fuller day of discussions on Thursday.
Earlier on Wednesday, Trump met with Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc. Trump took to Twitter between to talk up the importance of the summit meeting.
"Vietnam is thriving like few places on earth. North Korea would be the same, and very quickly, if it would denuculearise. The potential is AWESOME, a great opportunity, like almost none other in history, for my friend Kim Jong Un. We will know fairly soon - Very Interesting!," he wrote on Twitter.