High-level officials from North Korea and the United States started their second day of discussions over Pyeongyang's nuclear weapons program in Geneva on Tuesday.
Delegations headed by US Special Representative for North Korea Policy, Stephen Bosworth, and North Korea's First Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye-gwan returned to the table.
The North's uranium enrichment program is at the top of the agenda.
Bosworth said, after Monday's meeting, the two sides are moving in a "positive direction," adding however that differences still remain to be resolved.
Following the two-day meeting, the US plans to release a statement, but it's unknown whether North Korea will do the same.