South Korea's Leader Hints At 3-Way Talks With US, North Korea

President Moon Jae-in mentioned the possibility while talking to government officials Wednesday.
Posted at 7:44 AM, Mar 21, 2018

South Korean President Moon Jae-in floated the possibility of a three-way summit between the U.S. and North and South Korea.

While speaking to government officials Wednesday, Moon said the three-way talks would hinge on how individual talks go with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. 

Moon is expected to sit down with Kim in late April. A U.S.-North Korea summit is reportedly going to follow.

If that second meeting happens, Donald Trump would be the first sitting U.S. president to meet with a North Korean leader. 

Moon stated the focus of the upcoming one-on-one talks are going to be "permanent peace" on the Korean Peninsula and denuclearization.