After ending the summit in Vietnam's Hanoi on February 28 without an agreement, Trump told a press conference that Kim demanded relief from sanctions against Pyongyang "in their entirety" in exchange for denuclearizing a "large portion" of the DPRK's nuclear program, something the United States could not agree to.
Moon has suggested that sanctions could be eased to allow inter-Korean economic engagement in return for some nuclear concessions by North Korea, but so far Washington has not agreed.
The 687 lawmakers in the nominal parliament are elected for a period of five years, while turnout at the polls in March was over 90 per cent.
Kim was elected to the post first in June 2016, when the commission was created through an amendment to the constitution.
Ahead of Trump's meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, the North Korean leader said his country needed to deliver a "telling blow" to those imposing sanctions on the country by ensuring its economy is more self-reliant.
Media reports said a third summit would follow on Trump's historic breakthrough previous year, when he meets Kim in Singapore.
Trump extended his wishes to Kim in remarks with Moon by his side, while Moon told Trump that there was a dramatic turnaround in the situation on the Korean Peninsula after Trump's first meeting with Kim. "I believe North Korea has tremendous potential", Mr. Trump said.
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With Kim Jong Un personally taking an unprecedented role in worldwide engagement, Choe's role may evolve.
His replacement, Mr Choe, was subjected to political "re-education" in the past, but appeared to be gaining more influence in recent years, since he was promoted in October 2017 to the party's powerful Central Military Commission, South Korean intelligence officials previously said.
In that vein, Trump noted South Korean companies' investments in the American manufacturing industry, including the automotive sector, in support of U.S.jobs and exports.
Mr Choe was one of the three officials sanctioned by the United States in December over allegations of rights abuses.
Pak Pong Ju had served two separate terms as premier, from 2003 to 2007 and from 2013 to 2019, according to North Korea Watch.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has struck a defiant note over his failed summit with US President Donald Trump in Hanoi and insisted Pyongyang would overcome the effect of sanctions, state media reported Thursday. "He's saying North Korea would take an independent course unless the USA offered to lift sanctions".
Some of those reforms earned the ire of Mr Kim Jong Il, who led North Korea at the time.
Choe directs the North's "departments that perpetrate the regime's brutal state-sponsored censorship activities, human rights violations and abuses", US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in a statement in December.