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00:00:02
>> US President Donald Trump, and North Korean leader Kim Jung-un making history with a handshake. I'm Reuter's Gracely just outside the Capella hotel where Donald Trump has already said he's forced a good relationship right off the bat. But it's still unclear what the two leaders are talking about inside.
00:00:19
These leaders are seeking to end a nuclear standoff on the Korean peninsula, and Kim Jong-un has called this a prelude to peace. The two leaders started the morning with a face-to-face, just the two of them and their translators. And this session lasted around forty minutes, and both leaders emerged from the session walking side by side.
00:00:37
Kim was heard telling Trump through a translator, quote, I think the entire world is watching this moment. Many people in the world would think of this as seen from a fantasy science fiction movie, at which point in response to a reporter's question about how it was going, Trump said, quote, very good, very, very good, good relationship.
00:00:56
We saw a short time ago that a working lunch between the two sides began later in the day, we'll hopefully see details on what's had agreed to. However, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said earlier, the summit should set the framework for the hard work that will follow.
00:01:11
And said that North Korea had to move towards to complete verifiable and irreversible denuclearisation. He also said, if diplomacy doesn't move the right direction, sanctions will increase. But the White House also said later that discussions with North Korea had move more quickly than expected. And Trump's going to leave Singapore early on Tuesday night right after the Summit.