Posted on: Sky News | February 26th, 2019

North Korea’s nuclear weapons are expected to dominate talks, although there might be a formal declaration ending the Korean war.

Kim Jong Un has arrived in Hanoi ahead of a second summit with Donald Trump.

The North Korean leader arrived in the Vietnamese capital after a journey that saw him cross the border with China on his personal train, before transferring to a limousine at Dong Dang railway station.

His US counterpart is on route from Washington in Air Force One and is expected to arrive in a few hours time.

The talks between the two come eight months after their historic summit in Singapore, which was the first meeting between a sitting US president and a North Korean leader.

President Trump heads for Vietnam

The pair are due to sit down together for dinner on Wednesday, before more formal discussions get under way on Thursday.

Despite Kim’s Singapore pledge to work towards the denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula, there has been little real movement.