Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Vice President Pence opens door to North Korea meeting: 'We'll see what happens'  bg  es  fa

Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday signaled openness to a possible face-to-face meeting with North Korean officials on the sidelines of the Winter Olympics this month, an encounter which would be the highest-level American contact with the rogue regime in decades.

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