United States President Donald Trump has met North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore.
The two sides are expected to discuss denuclearisation and a possible peace declaration
It is the first time a sitting US president has ever met a North Korean leader.
Mr Trump says he expects to have a "terrific relationship" with Mr Kim.
The pair shook hands at a luxury hotel in Singapore's Sentosa island before proceeding to talks.
At the end of the summit the leaders signed a "comprehensive" document but did not explain what they had agreed.
The US president spoke of a "special bond" with the North Korean leader and said he was "absolutely" willing to invite him to the White House.
"We've decided to leave the past behind," Mr Kim said. "The world will see major changes."