Go to Contents Go to Navigation

Key developments in North Korea this week

All News 16:00 January 11, 2019

SEOUL, Jan. 11 (Yonhap) -- The following are the key developments regarding North Korea this week.

Jan. 4 -- Pompeo says 'confident' that Trump, Kim will meet again soon
Jan. 5 -- U.N. human rights rapporteur on North Korea visits S. Korea
Jan. 7 -- Trump says talks under way over venue for summit with N. Korean leader

-- N. Korea's special train carrying leader Kim crosses into China
Jan. 8 -- N. Korea's state media confirm Kim's trip to China

-- S. Korea announces plans to provide 200,000 doses of Tamiflu to N. Korea

-- N.K. leader arrives in Beijing, holds talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping
Jan. 9 -- N. Korea announces plans to elect deputies for rubber-stamp parliament in March

-- N.K. leader visits pharmaceutical factory in Beijing

-- N.K. leader holds lunch meeting with Xi before heading back home
Jan. 10 -- Xinhua: N.K. leader reaffirms denuclearization commitment, vows efforts for 2nd summit with Trump

-- KCNA: China's Xi accepts Kim's invitation to visit N. Korea

-- S. Korean President Moon voices need for 'bolder' denuclearization steps to end sanctions

-- S. Korea postpones provision of promised Tamiflu to N. Korea

Send Feedback
How can we improve?
Thanks for your feedback!