Trump to have initial meeting with Kim on Wednesday evening: report
Updated 15:00, 26-Feb-2019
U.S. President Donald Trump will meet the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) leader Kim Jong Un for an initial one-on-one meeting on Wednesday evening in Vietnam followed by dinner with advisers, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told reporters on Air Force One, according to Reuters.
Trump is slated to arrive in Vietnam Tuesday evening local time.
On Wednesday morning he will hold a meeting with Vietnamese leaders before the start of the summit with the DPRK leader the same evening.
Follow-up meetings with Kim will take place on Thursday.
Before leaving Washington, Trump told reporters that he believed his meeting with Kim would be "very good", though he didn't disclose what specific agreements might be reached. 
Screenshot from accompanying journalist Steve Herman's Twitter.

Screenshot from accompanying journalist Steve Herman's Twitter.

Lee Sung-yoon, a scholar of Korean and East Asian studies and a specialist on the DPRK, spoke with CGTN's reporter about expectations heading into the second meeting between Trump and Kim. 
Since the agreement reached by Trump and Kim in Singapore last June is vague and lacking details, the outcome of the upcoming meeting in Vietnam will be easy to surpass the previous one, Lee said. 
Lee believed that the Vietnam meeting may make further breakthroughs in DPRK's denuclearization as well as the Korean War Armistice Agreement.
(With inputs from agencies)
(Cover: U.S. President Donald Trump boards Air Force One to attend a second summit meeting with DPRK's Kim Jong Un in Hanoi, Vietnam from Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, U.S., February 25, 2019. /Reuters Photo)