Kim Jong Un told Trump in new letter that he’s open to another summit

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un sent a letter to President Donald in August detailing his willingness to meet the US leader for yet another summit, a South Korean newspaper reported Sunday.

It was the second letter the North Korean leader sent to Trump last month that expressed his willingness to meet amid stalled denuclearization talks between the two nations, a source told Joongang Ilbo newspaper.

Trump faced Kim at the Korean Demilitarized Zone in June where the two leaders shook hands and agreed to resume a dialogue over North Korea’s missile and nuclear programs.

The June meeting followed the February summit between the two leaders in Vietnam.

Trump last month described his first mailed message from Kim, telling reporters he received from the dictator a “very beautiful letter.”

Despite the summer letters and June’s historic border meeting, North Korea has continued to test-fire short-range missiles.

The White House, the State Department and the North Korean mission to the United Nations all did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

With Post wires 

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