Just about an hour ago President Moon Jae-in also met with Taro Kono at the blue House.
They discussed ways to go about negotiations with Pyongyang post-Singapore through close cooperation between South Korea and Japan.
Earlier today, U.S. Secretary of State visited the Blue House as well, to personally brief President Moon on the summit.
According to the presidential office, President Moon congratulated the U.S. on a successful summit, calling it (quote) "a great historic achievement."
"The summit results helped the international community, not to mention the U.S., Japan, and South Korea, find relief from the threats of war, nuclear weapons, and long-range missiles. That alone is an extremely valuable achievement."
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Moon and Pompeo agreed that more important than anything else is to ensure that the agreement between the U.S. and North Korean commitments are carried out quickly and completely.
And as we speak, President Moon is now convening a full meeting of the National Security Council to further discuss the outcomes of the Singapore summit.