U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Pyongyang on Wednesday to prepare an unprecedented summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump, while the U.S. president signaled the possibility that three Americans detained in the country could soon be released.
Pompeo Arrives in North Korea; Trump Cites Hope for Detainees
Trump earlier broke the news of Pompeo’s second visit to North Korea in less than six weeks and said that the two countries had agreed on a date and location for the summit, though he stopped short of providing details.
A U.S. media pool report said Pompeo arrived in Pyongyang, the North Korean capital, from Japan and headed to the city’s Koryo Hotel for meetings.
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