North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un (L) shakes hands with US President Donald Trump (R) after taking part in a ceremony at the end of their historic US-North Korea summit at the Capella Hotel on Sentosa island in Singapore on June 12, 2018.
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North Korea's Kim Young Received a personal letter from President Donald Trump, the communist dictatorship's state media reported on the weekend.
Kim said the letter "is of excellent content," according to the Korean Central News Agency. Additional information about what was not provided in the dispatch.
"Kim Jong said that he would seriously contemplate the interesting content," the state news agency reported. , at times expressing affection for the North Korean dictator while at other times threatening Pyongyang if it does not comply with his demands.
Last month, the North test fired missiles, which Trump's national security advisor John Bolton said violated a U.N. Security Council resolution
But Trump had largely downplayed those tests and expressed confidence that the U.S. and North Korea will reach a deal on its nuclear program.
At the time, Trump said he believed Kim would do nothing to interfere with the "great economic potential" of North Korea.
"He knows that I am with him and doesn't want to break his promise to me," Trump said.
Trump has held two summits with the North Korean leader, first in Singapore and then in Vietnam. The February summit in Vietnam, however, ended abruptly without an agreement when the North demanded an end to sanctions and Trump reportedly passed a note to Kim demanding that he turn over his nukes.
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