HANOI, Washington – The United States announced an unprecedented ban on travel by way of the possible arrival of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to his second summit with President Donald Trump in Hanoi next week, state media reported . The Nhan Dan newspaper's mouthpiece was quoted late by the Road Department as saying that the ban would initially be applied to trucks of 10 tons or more and vehicles from nine or more places on or more A 170-kilometer (105 miles) highway section is one of Dong Dang, a frontier city with China, to Hanoi from 7 pm on Monday until 14:00 on Tuesday, after a total ban on Tuesday on all vehicles from 6 am to 2 pm.
The summit is scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday
. This step assumes that Kim can take the train and land at Dong Dang Railway Station and drive by car to Hanoi.
It is unknown whether he will ride a train from Pyongyang across China or fly to a nearby Chinese city. Kim's foreign travel plans are usually kept secret.
The People's Committee in Lang Son Province, where the train station Dong Dang is located, spoke on the eve of the day with the instructions of the road operator to clean the area from the highway and stop road work things that serve the "political task" on February 24-28.
The second summit in Hanoi takes place after a historic meeting in Singapore last June, when Kim and Trump reached an uncertain commitment by North Korea to break their nuclear weapons
Kim arrived in Singapore by plane from China.
Hannah was preparing for a summit with increased security. Officials say the Colonial Government Guest House in downtown Hanoi is expected to be a meeting place with the nearby Metropole Hotel as a back-up.
Streets around two places were decorated with flowers and flags of North Korea, the United States and the United States.
Workers also lay the final touches on the International Media Center. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that about 2,600 foreign press registered the event.