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N. Korea's state media report on "satisfactory meeting" between Kim and Pompeo Updated: 2018-05-10 10:09:11 KST

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North Korea has responded to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's visit to Pyongyang on Wednesday, and the regime seems like it's satisfied.
The regime's state-run media, Korean Central News Agency and Korean Central Television reported Thursday that Kim Jong-un met Pompeo and the two reached "a satisfactory consensus" on the upcoming Pyongyang-Washington summit.
The reports said Kim highly appreciated Trump's message that he wanted to settle the situation on the Korean Peninsula through dialogue, and that Kim said the summit will be a "historic first meeting in starting off optimistic developments on the Korean peninsula and building a great future."
The media also mentioned that Kim accepted the official request from the U.S. to release American detainees and that Pompeo thanked Kim for the satisfactory talks.
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