Image copyright AFP Image caption An image of Mr Kim and Mr Moon was projected onto screens during the unprecedented joint appearance at the mass games
Mr Kim “agreed on a way to achieve denuclearisation” on the Korean peninsula following the summit with his South Korean counterpart, Moon Jae-in.
Image copyright AFP Image caption Mr Moon’s convoy was cheered through the streets on Wednesday morning
On Thursday, the two leaders of North and South embarked on a trip to Mount Paektu which holds a central place in Korean mythology. The volcano is situated at the border between the North and China.
Mr Trump welcomed the agreements, which he said were “tremendous progress”, and was quick to tweet his applause for the Moon-Kim summit.
The US and North Korea held their own historic meeting in June when Mr Trump and Mr Kim agreed in broad terms to work towards denuclearisation.
Since then, however, there has been little progress, with no clear process nor timeline laid out, while an abruptly cancelled trip to Pyongyang by Mr Pompeo in August led to speculation relations had soured somewhat.
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Most observers warn that so far the North has taken no meaningful steps to end its controversial nuclear weapons programme and that this week’s summit might not be enough to convince them otherwise.
But Mr Trump has remained confident of the North Koreans’ commitment, recently saying that he and Mr Kim would “prove everyone wrong”, after he received an invitation from the North Korean leader for a second summit. Both sides say they are working on making that meeting happen.