“To continue the ongoing and important work of denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula, Secretary Pompeo will be leaving for North Korea on July 5th to meet with the North Korean leader and his team,” White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told reporters at a Monday briefing.
Pompeo previously visited North Korea in early April and then again for a second time in early May when he was returning to the US with three Americans who’d been held hostage in the country. The 54-year-old California native will also meet with both Japanese and South Korean officials from July 7 to 8 while in Tokyo.
The White House has also remarked that the it’s continuing to make progress on the matter of denuclearizing North Korea. Pompeo is also expected to, possibly, secure the remains of US soldiers killed during the Korean War.
Meanwhile, nearly three weeks after US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met in Singapore, the Washington rumor mill is spouting talk that the two might be meeting up again soon.
The second round of talks, speculation has it, would be held in New York this September as world leaders begin to trickle into the Big Apple for the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly, AXIOS…