“We are already in the process of coordinating that,” she said, declining to provide details about possible dates or locations for the meeting.
She said it was a “very warm and very positive letter.”
Process toward denuclearizing North Korea stalled since the two leaders met in June in Singapore.
“This letter was further evidence of progress in that relationship,” Mrs. Sanders said.
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