"We're not looking for speed. We're looking to get it right," President Donald Trump told reporters.
After his surprise meeting with Kim Jong-un, President Donald Trump says the U.S. and North Korea have agreed to resume denuclearization talks.
President Trump told reporters Sunday the two countries will designate nuclear negotiating teams. He said those teams will meet and start working together in the next few weeks, but they're not looking to rush into an agreement.
The U.S. and North Korea have seemingly come to a standstill on the denuclearization issue since President Trump and Kim's Vietnam summit earlier this year.
But some experts are a little skeptical about the kick-started talks, since North Korea and the U.S. are still at odds over how and when the North will give up its nuclear weapons program.
President Trump is now the first sitting U.S. president in history to enter North Korea.
Additional reporting from Newsy affiliate CNN.