A third summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is entirely possible, according to a US high-ranking official.
We are ready when they are, said the White House National Security Adviser John Bolton said at a The Wall Street Journal conference.
Bolton opinions are similar to the one already expressed on such an issue by Trump and the US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, who have not referred to specific dates for a new meeting.
Washington is constantly seeking for an entire and verified denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, and holds economic sanctions against DPRK.
Trump and Kim met for the first time in Singapore, in June 2018, as part of a negotiating context after the growing hostility the previous year.
The second meeting was held last February in Hanoi, Vietnam, a summit ending with no agreements and gave way to a stagnation of the dialogue initiated earlier by both nations.