Donald Trump has turned into the main sitting US president to go to North Korea, subsequent to meeting Kim Jong-un in the region separating the two Koreas.
Mr Trump and the North Korean pioneer modeled for handshakes before talking for about an hour in the vigorously invigorated peaceful area (DMZ).
The two nations consented to set up groups to resume slowed down atomic talks.
Their last summit separated in February with no advancement on denuclearisation in North Korea.
Commentators have expelled the event – the two heads’ third eye to eye experience in a little more than a year – as a political theater and state North Korea still needs to demonstrate that it is not kidding in disposing of its atomic weapons.