DPRK's leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump (Photo: VNA)
The 78-minuite documentary depicts leader Kim’s train journey from the DPRK and his meeting with US President Donald Trump.
The film showed the two leaders smiling and shaking hands even after they ended the summit without a deal, and saying they had agreed to “sit face-to-face more often” and would continue “constructive dialogue”.
It also said Trump "reaffirmed his willingness to meet with leader Kim Jong-un more often in order to bring about fruits in improving DPRK - US relations."
Kim Jong-un’s visit to Vietnam was also the first official friendship visit to Vietnam made by Kim, Chairman of the Workers’ Party and the State Affairs Commission of the DPRK, since he became the country’s leader in 2011. He is also the first DPRK leader to visit Vietnam in 55 years. The founder of the DPRK Kim Il-sung visited Vietnam in 1958 and 1964.
Earlier, US President Donald Trump and DPRK’s leader Kim Jong-un held talks in Vietnam's capital Hanoi on February 27th – 28th but failed to reach a joint agreement.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that even while the two sides made "real progress" during the summit, they didn't get "all the way".
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said the leaders had a "very good and constructive meeting" and discussed ways to advance "denuclearisation and economic driven concepts." She said their teams look forward to meeting in the future./.