South Korea–United States relations
US President Donald Trump became the first US acting head of state to cross the border between South and North Korea.
This happened as he met with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in the demilitarized area, which continued with a one-hour tripartite conversation with the leaders of the two Koreas on the southern side of the border.
The U.S. President Donald Trump sent an "excellent" letter to the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, the Korean Central News Agency reported.
The existence of such a letter was confirmed by The White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, who said Trump sent a letter and "correspondence between the two leaders has been ongoing."
United States President Donald Trump will visit South Korea to meet with country president Moon Jae-in.
This will happen during Trump's visit to the region at the end of June when he will take part in the G20 summit in the Japanese city of Osaka.
North Korea will be one of the topics that two leaders will discuss.