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Pompeo may visit North Korea soon

Seoul : United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is expected to visit North Korea this weekend or next week in an effort to implement the outcome of last week's historic summit between the U.S. and the North.
Park Jie-won, a four-term lawmaker of the Party for Democracy and Peace said that Pompeo's trip appears to have been delayed due to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's third trip to China, as per Yonhap.
Kim on June 19 visited China on a two-day official visit. His meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping was in reference to Kim's summit with United States President Donald Trump in Singapore.

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