• President Trump and Kim Jong-un, leader of North Korea, interrupted their second day in Hanoi, in the United States. A White House spokeswoman said that no agreement was reached.
• Mr. Kim stated that his presence in the talks indicated a readiness for nuclear disengagement in principle. The White House said negotiations would continue in the future.
• Both leaders expressed interest in opening offices of de facto diplomatic missions in Washington and Pyongyang, the North Korean capital.
Read about the first day of two leaders in Hanoi on Wednesday . ]
The meeting ends suddenly, without agreement
The day that began with the promise of denuclearization and negotiations on an official declaration by the end of the Korean War ended suddenly without an agreement.
"Sometimes you have to go," said Mr Trump at a press conference after the collapse of the talks. He said that the United States does not want to cancel all sanctions imposed against the North without a promise of complete denuclearization. both leaders who later expanded and include other officials. But the plans quickly changed.
First, the working lunch was canceled. Then the signing of the joint agreement was scratched.
By noon Thursday, and the closing of the press conference, originally scheduled for 16:00.
The White House said that no agreement was reached at the meeting. The spokeswoman, Sarah Hukabi Sanders, told reporters that Mr Trump will explain at a press conference
Kim quoted readiness for no nuclear weapons. Kim said that his presence at the summit was a sign of his readiness to abandon his country's nuclear weapons.
"This may be the best answer you've ever heard," said Mr Trump.
"We had very productive discussions," added Mr. Trump. "Relationships are as good as ever, I think it's better."
When the reporter asked Mr. Kim whether he was ready to make concrete steps for denuclearization, he said: "This is what we are discussing now."
After Mr. Kim said that the United States would be invited to open an office in North Korea, Mr. Trump demonstrated his interest in this idea. "I really think it's a good idea, in both directions," said Mr Trump.
Two countries do not have official diplomatic relations. Consular interests of the United States in Pyongyang, the North Korean capital, are represented by Sweden. North Korea also does not have an embassy in Washington, but its mission to the United Nations in New York is often a channel of diplomacy with the United States.
After the day of mutual compliments and photo-opportunities to start talks, Thursday began with a meeting of two leaders one by one, which later expanded and included other officials. The scheduled work lunch and signing ceremony were canceled on Thursday, Monday.
– Austin Ramsey
State-run media of North Korea
Mr. Trump sought for "comprehensive and ecclesiastical results" at the Hanoi summit
Kim's second meeting in less than a year with the president of the world's most powerful country, provided Northern propaganda machines with the perfect opportunity to raise their "supreme leader" at home. The main North Party newspaper, Rodong Sinmun, devoted the first two pages of his fourth edition of the chat and dinner of Mr. Kim Trampe a day earlier and included 17 color photographs.
in order to achieve comprehensive and epoch-making results in the negotiations, in order to satisfy the interest and expectations of the whole world about the successful summit in Hanoi, "the official Central Information Agency of the North said on Thursday
. this news eight hours after Mr. Kim and Mr. Trump finished their social dinner – extremely fast news that meets the standards of the state media of the North.
– Cho Sang-Hun
New impetus for denuclearization  The United States and North Korea have not yet agreed what "complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula" means. destruction, delivery systems, materials and production facilities.
North Korea said it would not abandon nuclear deterrence until the United States withdraws its troops from South Korea and its bombers, aircraft carriers and other military-nuclear militants. assets from the Korean Peninsula.
Trump says North Korea has "enormous economic potential" and, as a sweetener, it harbors the prospect of strong trade relations with the United States, South Korea and other countries if the North refuses its missiles.
Subject not Table
Since Mr. Trump and Mr. Kim are met, one of the main problems of human rights violations in North Korea is unlikely to be the main problem.
But human rights defenders say there should not be any overshoot over the totalitarian suppression of freedom of speech and the tens of thousands of political prisoners in the gulag network.
"North Korea is perhaps the worst power abusive of human rights in the world today, so any dialogue with Kim Jong-un, should not leave the law behind the table," says Phil Robertson, Deputy Director of Human Rights in Asia
. re-discuss the day before. So I just want to thank everyone for what you are here.
– Cho Sang-Hun