South Korea's armed forces have confirmed Pyongyang has launched two new short-range missiles - the second such test in a week, which coincided with a US envoy's arrival in Seoul to relaunch the nuclear dialogue.
After the failure of the North Korea-US summit yesterday, China urged the UN Security Council to reconsider the sanctions imposed on Pyongyang in order to move forward in the negotiations for the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.
The US President has been praising his North Korean counterpart and offered economic aid in exchange for disarmament, but they are yet to know the concrete steps that will be taken. Some answers may come tomorrow.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has sent a letter to the South Korean government promising to meet with Moon Jae-In frequently in 2019 to discuss the denuclearization of the peninsula, Moon's office revealed today.