Hombre wrote:Hold on to your pan (trousers). Trump & Kim jun-Un Agreed to Dance together.
I think it is positive news. The capitulation of Kim is a success of Trump.
Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong-un to hold 'milestone' meeting
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump are to meet in person by May, it has been announced, an extraordinary overture after months of mutual hostility.
News of the meeting was delivered by South Korean officials after talks with Mr Trump at the White House.
They passed a verbal message from Mr Kim, saying the North Korean leader was "committed to denuclearisation".
Mr Trump hailed "great progress" but said sanctions would remain in place.
South Korea's President Moon Jae-in said the news "came like a miracle".
"If President Trump and Chairman Kim meet following an inter-Korean summit, complete denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula will be put on the right track in earnest," he said.
China has welcomed the development, saying the Korean peninsula issue was "heading in the right direction" and calling for "political courage".
However, correspondents say the North has halted missile and nuclear tests during previous talks, only to resume them when it lost patience or felt it was not getting what it demanded.
The latest announcement came days after the South Korean delegation met Mr Kim in Pyongyang.
Speaking outside the White House after briefing Mr Trump, South Korean National Security Adviser Chung Eui-yong said he had passed on a message that Mr Kim was "committed to denuclearisation" and had "pledged that North Korea will refrain from any further nuclear or missile tests".
In a statement sent to the Washington Post, North Korea's UN ambassador said the "courageous decision" of Mr Kim would help secure "peace and stability in the Korean Peninsula and the East Asia region".
There is no indication yet of where the Trump-Kim talks might take place, but the Korean border's demilitarised zone (DMZ) and Beijing are seen as likely options.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said it would take "some weeks" to arrange the talks and admitted the US had been "surprised" at Kim Jong-un's "forward-leaning" stance.
Just a day earlier, Mr Tillerson had said the US was "a long way" from negotiations with the North.