North Korean leader Kim Jong Un told his parliament that he would be open to a third summit with Donald Trump if certain conditions are met, according to the Associated Press. He gave the U.S. until the end of this year to agree to his conditions, which focus on language and “demands” the North Korean leader said he is not prepared to meet. The speech came a few hours after South Korean president Moon Jae-In met Trump in Washington where the two leaders agreed on a renewed push to jumpstart nuclear talks with North Korea. “We of course place importance on resolving problems through dialogue and negotiations,” Kim told his parliament. “But U.S.-style dialogue of unilaterally pushing its demands doesn’t fit us, and we have no interest in it.” The two leaders met last February in Hanoi at a summit that ended abruptly after Trump determined that there was no way to close a deal on North Korean denuclearization.