North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump have arrived at the summit venue Singapore.
The historic first meeting of the two leaders will discuss a peace treaty and denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
Kim arrived first at the Capella Resort, on Singapore’s Sentosa Island, shortly before 9 am local time.
He ignored the cameras, walking into the hotel with eyeglasses in hand.
Trump followed a few minutes later, turning to face the cameras with a carefully neutral expression before he entered the venue.
The historic handshake of the two leaders before a row of US and North Korean flags took place at 9:04.
Trump smiled and patted Kim on the back, ushering him towards the conference room.
The two are scheduled to meet for two hours in private, accompanied only by their translators.