Trump-Kim summit likely in mid-June if held in Singapore

Rumour has it that organising the meeting between Kim (left) and Trump is proving difficult.
Rumour has it that organising the meeting between Kim (left) and Trump is proving difficult.PHOTO: REUTERS

TOKYO/SOUTH KOREA - It is "diplomatically unthinkable" that talks between United States President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un are postponed, South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung Wha told broadcaster KBS on Tuesday (May 8).

Her comments were the latest attempt to put paid to the rumour mill that the two nations have run into trouble coordinating the details of their unprecedented summit. Mr Trump previously said they would meet "in May or early June".

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