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ROK gives up on envisaged trilateral summit between U.S, ROK, DPRK in New York

Yomiuri wrote that South Korea’s national security chief Chung Eui-yong told reporters on Thursday that the ROK government has given up on the idea of holding a trilateral summit between President Trump, President Moon, and Chairman Kim on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly sessions starting on Sept. 18 in New York because the DPRK leader is unlikely to visit the United States to attend the UN meetings. Nikkei ran a similar story, adding that the Department of State announced on Thursday that Special Representative for North Korea Biegun will visit Japan, China, and South Korea on Sept. 10-15 to discuss ways to urge Pyongyang to denuclearize.

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