North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has said his country will make efforts for the second summit with the US leaders to achieve results that will be welcomed by the international community.
Kim made the remarks during his talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday in Beijing, during his visit to China from January 7-10, Xinhua reported on Thursday.
The recent visit to China was Kim's fourth in less than a year.
During the talks, Kim said the Korean Peninsula situation has been easing since last year, and China's important role in this process is obvious to all.
He said North Korea highly and sincerely appreciates the Chinese efforts.
Kim said North Korea will continue sticking to the stance of denuclearization and resolving the Korean Peninsula issue through dialogue and consultation.
Kim said he hoped that relevant parties will attach importance to and positively respond to North Korea's legitimate concerns, and jointly push for a comprehensive resolution of the Korean Peninsula issue.
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