April 15, 2019
The leaders of both Koreas and the U.S. have expressed willingness to resume talks, thus raising the possibility of more inter-Korean summits and bilateral dialogue between Pyeongyang and Washington.
President Moon Jae-in on April 15 told a meeting of his senior advisers at Cheong Wa Dae, "As soon as North Korea’s conditions are met, regardless of location or formality, I hope both Koreas can sit face-to-face and have a concrete and substantial discussion to produce results that exceed those of the two previous North Korea-U.S. summits."
He also said Pyeongyang expressed its intent to continue dialogue by mentioning the speech of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to the Supreme People’s Assembly when Kim was re-elected chairman. President Moon said he "highly values and greatly welcomes Chairman Kim's standpoint" of resuming talks with Washington and holding a third summit with the U.S.