The leaders of North Korea and South Korea met for a second time in a surprise visit Saturday.
South Korean president Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reportedly discussed efforts to continue work on the peace declaration declared in April between the two countries.
They also affirmed a commitment to working on diplomacy talks between North Korea and the United States, after President Donald Trump announced he was canceling a summit between the two countries in Singapore.
The White House announced on Saturday it will send an advance team to Singapore “in order to prepare should the summit take place,” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement to NBC.
Original story: South Korean president Moon Jae-in held the second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the demilitarized zone between the two countries, according to the Blue House, South Korea’s official media source.
The two leaders discussed how to carry out the peace declaration agreed upon on April 27, which hopes to bring a new era of peace and denuclearization on the Korean peninsula.
South Korean officials said that the two leaders also discussed the cancelled summit between the United States and North Korea.
The two leaders concluded that direct communication between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is needed, and pledged to continue making efforts to work on relations, according to the Blue House.
The meeting at the border truce village comes after Trump said the highly anticipated summit between the U.S. and North Korea may be back on.
Trump tweeted that if the summit does happen, it will likely take place June 12 in Singapore as originally planned.
This is a developing story, check back for updates.