"These actions have damaged our mutual trust, cast a shadow over China-US relations and are completely out of line with the interests of our two peoples", Wang told his US counterpart.
"Well it is happening and we're setting that up right now", Trump told reporters at the White House after announcing the resignation of UN Ambassador Nikki Haley.
"Both the leaders believe there's real progress that can be made, substantive progress that can be made at the next summit", Pompeo said. "But we do think right that this is a place where ultimately some of these big hard issues have to be resolved by the nation's most senior leaders and hope to have those presented in a way that the two leaders can resolve them when they get together".
Pompeo and Wang openly disagreed over which side had called off a bilateral security dialogue that had been due to take place in Beijing this month.
'I think eventually we're going to have lots of meetings on USA soil, and on their soil, by the way. that's a two-way street.
He also expressed his hope of facilitating communication and cooperation with China on major worldwide and regional issues.
"China and U.S. relations are at an important juncture and facing challenges", Yang said.
Trump "will not back down" from the challenge, Pence said.
Considerations are underway for "three or four different locations", the President said.
The speech further inflamed tensions.
Pompeo retorted that "the issues that you characterised, we have a fundamental disagreement". Last month, China refused a USA warship entry to Hong Kong, days after Washington sanctioned the Chinese military for buying Russian weapons.
In the same piece, Chen Dingding of Jinan University in Guangzhou said China had developed under its own steam to become the economic giant it is today.
"China supports direct dialog between the United States and the DPRK, Wang said".
Secretary of State Michael Pompeo came away from meetings in North Korea on Sunday without a date for another Trump-Kim meeting or any news on when key milestones in denuclearisation might take place.
It is reportedly the same plane that transported Kim's limousine and personal effects to Singapore for his meeting with President Trump.
"But we do think right that this is a place where ultimately some of these big hard issues have to be resolved by the nation's most senior leaders and hope to have those presented in a way that the two leaders can resolve them when they get together".
Pompeo didn't meet with Kim on that trip.
North Korea recently asked for "corresponding" reciprocal measures for the possible dismantlement of its important Yongbyon nuclear complex, a demand experts say might refer to declaring an end to the war or easing sanctions imposed on the country.
A key issue highlighted by one former USA official who has spoken to North Korean officials in recent months is that the definition Kim's regime has of denuclearization is far more expansive than it is for the U.S. Kim's father, Kim Jong Il invited then-Pope John Paul II to visit the country in 2000, which the Vatican declined because Catholic priests are prohibited from being in North Korea.
While the official conditions have yet to be revealed, Moon advised members of his cabinet to work proficiently to ensure the summit is held as soon as possible.
In Seoul, Pompeo said he and Kim had agreed to soon begin working-level talks on details of denuclearisation and placement of worldwide inspectors at one of North Korea's main nuclear facilities. He said it set up conditions for another Trump-Kim summit and help denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula.
'Especially when he meets with Pope Francis, he will convey Chairman Kim's message that he will ardently welcome him if he visits Pyongyang'.
Ms Nauert said Mr Pompeo "held productive discussions" with Kim.