South Korea calls on the North to enhance denuclearization
South Korea's President Moon Jae-in pressed North Korea to take bold, practical action in disarmament to break the ongoing deadlock with the United States.
Mr Moon spoke with reporters on Thursday following North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un's surprise trip this week to China, during which he reportedly renewed his pledge to denuclearize.
Mr Moon told reporters he believed that Kim's Beijing visit had been a sign that a second face-to-face meeting with Mr. Trump may be imminent. Regarding cooperative economic projects between the north and south, such as tours to the Diamond Mountain resort and the jointly run Kaesong factory complex in the border region, Mr. Moon said the necessary conditions have yet been met to move forward with the projects.