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Pompeo: U.S. aims to 'get as far down the road as we can' with N.Korea

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Pompeo: U.S. aims to 'get as far down the road as we can' with N.Korea

Pompeo: U.S. aims to 'get as far down the road as we can' with N.Korea

The United States aims to 'get as far down the road as it can' with North Korea ahead of a summit with leader Kim Jong Un in Vietnam this month, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says.

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Pompeo: U.S. aims to 'get as far down the road as we can' with N.Korea

(ROUGH CUT: NO REPORTER NARRATION) The United States aims to "get as far down the road as we can" ahead of a summit with North Korea in Vietnam this month, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Thursday.

In an interview with CBS news in Warsaw Poland, Pompeo, addressing both Iran and North Korea said "Our goal isn't to punish the Korean people.

Our goal isn't to punish the Iranian people.

Our goal is the opposite.

To create security, safety and frankly prosperity of the people of those two countries." He also was sending his team back to Asia in the coming days for further discussions around all issues discussed at a groundbreaking Singapore summit last June between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Trump announced last week he would hold a second summit with Kim in Hanoi on Feb.

27 and 28.

Pompeo told a news conference in Warsaw that Trump and Kim would be looking at the "denuclearisation pillar they agreed to" at their first summit as well as other matters.



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