The Wall Street Journal: Officials from North, South Korea meet to get agreement on nukes ahead of summit

U.S. and North Korean officials met to try to forge an agreement on denuclearization that the leaders of both countries could sign at a summit next month, despite doubts over Pyongyang’s willingness to dismantle its nuclear arsenal.

The former U.S. ambassador to Seoul, Sung Kim, met with senior North Korean official Choe Son Hui at the inter-Korean demilitarized zone on Monday to discuss the agenda of the planned summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, originally scheduled to be held June 12 in Singapore.

Separate teams from the U.S. and North Korea were due to arrive in Singapore later Monday ahead of preparatory meetings there this week, a person with knowledge of the process said.

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