US President Donald Trump is willing to walk away from an unprecedented summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un scheduled for next month, US Vice President Mike Pence said on Monday, after North Korea called into question the meeting last week.
North Korea rejected a Libya-style denuclearization agreement on its nuclear program, threatening weeks of diplomatic progress by saying it may reconsider if Washington insists it unilaterally gives up its nuclear weapons.
The presidents of Iran, Russia and Turkey reiterated their commitment to work toward achieving a sustainable cease-fire between warring sides in Syria and bringing peace and stability to the war-torn country.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said Wednesday he would be willing to sit down with the North's leader Kim Jong-un, as the international community welcomed an agreement for Pyongyang to send its athletes to the Winter Olympics in the South.
Foreign Ministry spokesman has said that the closing statement of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council summit in Kuwait is a clear example of lack of proper understanding about regional realities and priorities.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Donald Trump may meet on the sidelines of an economic summit in Vietnam next week to discuss a range of issues, including ways to settle the Syrian conflict, the Kremlin says.