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The top US diplomat will fly to Pyongyang on July 5 to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his team, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said Monday. It will be his third known trip to ทัวร์ ยุโรป ที่ไหน ดี pantip North Korea as the US continues to push for a deal that will dismantle Pyongyang's nuclear program, potentially reducing tensions on the peninsula and recasting the geopolitical landscape of East Asia following the June 12 Singapore summit between Kim and President Donald Trump. A team of US officials led by envoy Sung Kim met with North Korean officials Sunday at Panmunjom, the border village between North and South Korea in the demilitarized zone, in the first face-to-face conversations between the two โปร โม ชั่ น ทัวร์ เกาหลี countries since the summit last month, according to senior State Department officials. During his trip, Pompeo will "continue consultations and implement the forward progress made by President Trump and Chairman Kim in Singapore," according to the State Department. Pompeo calls reporter's question 'insulting' 02:41 The news comes amid a flurry of new questions over Kim's commitment to denuclearize as leaked reports from US intelligence officials and analysis of open source satellite imagery appear to cast doubt on North Korea's willingness to abandon its nuclear weapons program. On Monday, CNN reported that the Defense Intelligence Agency believes Kim has no intention of engaging in a full denuclearization program, at least for now, according to an administration official familiar with the agency's finding. A second official told CNN the Trump administration plans to present ทัวร์ เกาหลี เดือน พฤศจิกายน the North Koreans with a detailed list of tasks they must undertake to begin a denuclearization process. The Washington Post earlier reported on US intelligence officials' doubt that North Korea intends to fully surrender its nuclear stockpile. Sanders would not comment on the reports when asked about them on Monday, saying only, "We aren't going to confirm or deny any intelligence reports." Asked specifically whether Trump still trusts Kim, Sanders again wouldn't say.

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