Korean officials to China, Japan to discuss US-Korea meeting
South Korean officials have met with Chinese President Kim Jong Un on the verdict of US President Donald Trump on March 12.

CNN, Korea's chief of staff, national security adviser Chung Eui-Yong, will meet with Xi Jinping in Beijing. Meanwhile, another Seoul delegation is on its way to Tokyo to meet Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on talks with Pyongyang.

In the wake of the recent unrest between Trump and Un, the Chinese media said the country also contributed significantly to the tensions between the United States and North Korea. The diplomatic breakthrough follows Beijing's proposal of a "double suspension", according to which North Korea stopped the missile test and the United States-Korea ceased joint exercises.

However, in the invitation to speak directly with Trump, the North Koreans are said to have accepted US-South Korean drills as a fact to continue.

In talks with Trump last week, Xi Jinping seemed to welcome the prospect of dialogue. "The two leaders welcomed the prospect of dialogue between the United States and North Korea, while pledging to maintain pressure and give them access until North Korea has made clear steps toward full and transparent nuclear disarmament. and irreversible, "CNN quoted the White House statement.

Meanwhile, South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha told Yonhap news agency that she will be heading to Washington this week to meet US counterpart Rex Tillerson.

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