Trump said they had discussed three sites for the summit but had not decided anything, adding that he was open to receiving Kim in the US at some point, reports Efe news.
In September, the President said that he wanted to schedule a second summit with Kim. However an impasse in negotiations has delayed the planning for the meet, which would give continuity to the process initiated at the historic summit in Singapore in June.
After Trump and Kim agreed to work towards the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula in the first summit, progress has been largely symbolic owing to the absence of a clear route map for disarmament.
During the G20 summit, Trump met South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and agreed to stay firm in the application of sanctions on Pyongyang until it takes significant steps towards denuclearization.
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