File - In this April 21, 2018 file photo, people watch a TV screen showing an image of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during a news program at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon, File)
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U.S. President Donald Trump said Sunday that the North Korean nuclear crisis is far from conclusion, striking a cautious note a day after the North's pledge to end its nuclear tests raised hopes before planned summits with South Korea and the United States.World leaders welcomed the announcement, which comes before the first North Korea-South Korea summit in more than a decade Friday.However, Kim's announcement did not include a commitment to scrap existing nuclear weapons and missiles, and there are doubts he would ever give up the nuclear arsenal his country has been developing for decades.Kim is expected to meet Trump in late May or early June, the first meeting between sitting leaders of the two countries.CIA Director Mike Pompeo, Trump's nominee to become the next secretary of state, secretly visited North Korea and met with Kim to discuss the summit three weeks ago.
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