President Moon Jae-in said Monday that he hopes to meet again with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un as early as possible, welcoming Kim's latest message on denuclearization talks.
Moon stressed that the venue and format of his fourth summit with Kim does not matter, as he seeks "concrete and substantive discussions" on ways to produce "fruits" to outdo those of two U.S.-North Korea summit talks.
"Now is the time to make preparations and push for South-North summit talks in earnest," he said in a meeting with senior presidential aides here.
He added, "As soon as North Korea's conditions are created, I hope the two Koreas will have another summit without being restrained by the venue and format." (Yonhap)