UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY) – President of the United States Donald Trump excluded the possibility of holding a summit with the DPRK in the United States.
Earlier, Trump reported that he was considering five possible places to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong-no. He said that the meeting could take place in early June, “if things go well,” but it may not happen at all.
The US President also noted that the US is conducting direct negotiations with the DPRK at a very high level for the organization of the presidential summit.
At the same time, answering the question of journalists, whether the summit can take place in the US, Trump said: “no.”