US President Donald Trump, right, talks with Kim Yong-chol, left, the former North Korean military intelligence chief and one of leader Kim Jong-un's closest aides, in June at the White House. Photo: AP US President Donald Trump, right, talks with Kim Yong-chol, left, the former North Korean military intelligence chief and one of leader Kim Jong-un's closest aides, in June at the White House. Photo: AP
US President Donald Trump, right, talks with Kim Yong-chol, left, the former North Korean military intelligence chief and one of leader Kim Jong-un's closest aides, in June at the White House. Photo: AP
North Korea

Kim Jong-un’s envoy expected to personally deliver letter to Donald Trump after ‘strongly demanding’ meeting with US president

  • Kim Yong-chol, right-hand man of the North Korean leader, is expected to leave for Washington as soon as Wednesday

Topic |   North Korea
US President Donald Trump, right, talks with Kim Yong-chol, left, the former North Korean military intelligence chief and one of leader Kim Jong-un's closest aides, in June at the White House. Photo: AP US President Donald Trump, right, talks with Kim Yong-chol, left, the former North Korean military intelligence chief and one of leader Kim Jong-un's closest aides, in June at the White House. Photo: AP
US President Donald Trump, right, talks with Kim Yong-chol, left, the former North Korean military intelligence chief and one of leader Kim Jong-un's closest aides, in June at the White House. Photo: AP
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