South Korean President Moon Jae-in said he's willing to participate in another inter-Korea summit to help with nuclear negotiations between North Korea and the U.S.
Moon made the comments during a meeting with his senior advisers Monday. He said he wanted to have a "concrete and substantial discussion" with the North that produces better results than the two North Korea-U.S. summits.
In a speech Friday, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un gave the U.S. until the end of the year to decide if the country wanted to hold a third summit. He added that it would be under the condition that the U.S. had the "right attitude" and found "a methodology that can be shared with [North Korea.]"
President Donald Trump responded the next day, saying a third summit would be "good in that we fully understand where we each stand."
February's U.S.-North Korean summit ended abruptly after the two countries' leaders couldn't make a deal.
South Korea's president has said one of his country's priorities is to keep U.S. and North Korean negotiations on track.