President South Korea President U.S.-Korea Summit Meeting Requested Cooperation from the United Nations September 24, 10:35

South Korean President Moon Jae-in met with the UN Secretary General Guterres, and expressed his hope that the next US-North Korea summit meeting would be held at an early stage, and urged further cooperation from the United Nations. It was.

South Korean President Moon Jane visited New York in the United States to attend the UN General Assembly meeting with Secretary General Guterres on the 23rd.

According to the Korean Presidential Office, Secretary General Guterres evaluated the efforts of President Mun, such as promoting dialogue between the North and South and the US, and humanitarian assistance to North Korea.
In response, President Moon said, “The next US-North Korea summit is imminent,” and hopes that the fourth summit will be held early by President Trump and chairman Kim Jong-un And urged further cooperation with the United Nations.
President Mun also mentioned the possibility of providing additional humanitarian assistance, saying, “We are ready to expand support if denuclearization progresses.”

North Korea is forecasting that the denuclearization talks with the United States will resume within a few weeks on the 16th of this month, and President Mun, whose response to North Korea is one of the most important issues, I would like to call on the international community for cooperation through the venue.