A breakthrough on nuclear talks appears distant, with both leaders focusing on long-term relations

Donald Trump has conceded that his talks in Hanoi with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un might not lead to an immediate breakthrough on disarmament, but was hopeful for the long-term future of bilateral relations.

The US president was speaking as he sat alongside Kim at the start of their second day of talks in the Vietnamese capital. A joint statement was due to be signed in the early afternoon followed by a media conference by Trump before he flies back to the US.

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