Another summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un could reportedly happen this year.
An unnamed official told CNN there's a "strong possibility" the summit will happen, but noted the two sides have yet to decide when and where it would take place.
The news comes as North Korean state media accused the U.S. on Monday of not honoring its end of the denuclearization bargain by keeping sanctions in place.
The outlet specifically called out the U.S. State Department. On Saturday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said once again that the Trump administration wouldn't lift North Korean sanctions until the country gets rid of all of its nuclear weapons.
His comments came on the same weekend that a report commissioned by the United Nations Security Council said North Korea has violated U.N. sanctions by refusing to stop its nuclear and missile programs.
Additional reporting from Newsy affiliate CNN.