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U.S. President Donald Trump said on Sunday his team arrived in North Korea to arrange for his possible meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jung Un.

South Korea's president, Moon Jae-in, gave details about his surprise meeting Saturday with Kim in the Panmunjom truce village, saying Kim had committed to sitting down with Trump and to a "complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula".

According to the State Department, the USA team met with North Korean officials at the same DMZ site, the village of Panmunjom.

"It will happen!", said Trump, who on Thursday had cancelled his June 12 meeting with Kim in Singapore, before reversing course within 24 hours. "As you know there are meetings going on as we speak in a certain location which I won't name, but you'd like the location", he told reporters in Washington.

"It's not something that I relish or take lightly", Rubio said. "And if President Trump's brand - and that's the right word here, going into this meeting - demands something like that, this is going to end up in a very bad place".

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"We're doing very well in terms of the summit with North Korea", the President said at the White House.

"Over the past many days, we have endeavored to do what Chairman Kim and I had agreed to put preparation teams together to begin to work for the summit and we had received no response to our inquiries to them", Pompeo said.

Trump scrapped the summit after repeated threats by North Korea to pull out over what it saw as confrontational remarks by USA officials demanding unilateral disarmament.

Sue Mi Terry of the Center for Strategic and International Studies and Jean Lee of the Wilson Center and former AP bureau chief in North Korea told "Face the Nation" that the president's stunning move to upend the June 12 talks may have been a "reality check" for the reclusive regime.

The Washington Post, citing a person familiar with the arrangements, said Sung Kim, a former U.S. ambassador to South Korea and former nuclear negotiator with the North, was leading the preparations on the United States side.

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"We're seeing that commitment from North Korea and South Korea".

Mr Trump took to Twitter on Saturday to angrily dismiss media speculation that the summit, even if reinstated, could not be held in the existing time frame. "That hasn't changed. And it's moving along pretty well, so we'll see what happens", he said.

After North Korean officials, including Choe, lashed out at Vice President Mike Pence and national security adviser John Bolton, Trump abruptly announced that he was cancelling the talks, citing North Korea's "tremendous anger".

The two delegations are focused on the substance of any summit between the Trump and Kim Jong Un: the issue of North Korea's nuclear weapons program.

"We got that done and we can be successful in the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, that would be a great thing for North Korea, it would be a great thing for South Korea, it would be great for Japan, it would be great for the world, it would be great for the United States, it would be great for China". "Let's grab this opportunity", she said.

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