South Korea to work with U.S., North Korea after failed nuclear talks

South Korea will work with the United States and North Korea to help them reach a denuclearisation deal, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Friday, a day after a US-North Korean summit collapsed over a disagreement on sanctions.
The second meeting between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, in Vietnam, was cut short after they failed to reach a deal on the extent of sanctions relief North Korea would get in exchange for steps to give up its nuclear program.
Moon has been active in efforts to end confrontation on the Korean peninsula, meeting Kim three times last year and trying to facilitate his nuclear negotiations with the United States.