US, North Korea enter second day of nuclear talks

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and high-ranking North Korean official Kim Yong Chol enter a second day of meetings in New York on Thursday as they try to settle nuclear weapons disagreements and set the stage for an historic summit between their two leaders.

The United States has been demanding that North Korea abandon its nuclear weapons program amid reports that it is close to being able to launch a nuclear-tipped missile capable of reaching the United States.

Meanwhile, China has expressed its support for the emerging good faith between the United States and North Korea.

China's foreign ministry Hua Chunying in Beijing today, stressed the need for taking long-term and effective initiatives to keep peace on the Korean peninsula.

Source: Radio Pakistan