State Secretary Mike Pompeo revealed that he was setting the foundations for a second US-North Korea summit, telling Fox News on Wednesday evening that "we will have a summit" by the end of February.
In his interview with Sean Hanti Pompeo said he has already sent a team to an unresolved area in Asia to lay the groundwork for a second meeting between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Chen Un.
"They" We are doing this in order to lay the foundations for what I hope will be an essential step forward not only to the nuclear weapons of the peninsula but also to a brighter future for the people of the North Korea.
He continued: "I think we will have a summit at the end of the month, that's the plan. That's what North Korea has already agreed on. We agreed with them too. "Pompey praised Trump, saying his administration has made progress between the United States and North Korea possible.
"I think President Trump had to convince the President. Kim, of all the commitments made last June in Singapore, it is now time for my team and the entire United States Government to work with the North Koreans to do this and to fulfill our commitment to clear this peninsula.
Pompeo spoke of the threat of Iran's nuclear missile program.
"Having a chance to be a CIA director, I think intelligence supports this. Iran is a real risk and that they have the ability to enrich the nuclear material … they have increasing capacity and continue to work to improve their missile program. "
He noted that only last week Iran was trying to escape. "These are all the components that lead us to a place where one day may have a system that threatens America, and President Trump has made it clear that we will not stand it." We will not allow Iran to end there, where North Korea is today, and we have a set of policies to prevent this. "
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Pompey briefly talked about the escalating conflict in Venezuela, telling Fox News: "In search of freedom is .
He said the United States is ready to support the Venezuelan people in search for "freedom" and "democracy".
He blames what he calls a "humanitarian crisis" for the controversial president of Venezuela, Nicola Maduro.
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"This is once a rich nation with enormous natural resources, yet we have a humanitarian crisis," he said. "This is a man-made catastrophe of the Maduro regime."