A personal meeting between US President Donald trump with the North Korean leader Kim Than Inom will take place in may - early June 2018.
In the past, North Korea pledged to freeze its nuclear program in exchange for food aid and easing economic sanctions.
The North Korean leader discussed the "prospect of the DPRK-U.S. dialogue" as well as "strategic and tactical issues to be maintained" by the party, "including the future policy of worldwide relations and the orientation corresponding to them", according to KCNA.
While the plan of talks between the two enemies saw announced last month, Pyongyang had failed to officially confirm the talks were planning to take place until yesterday's press release.
For decades, North Korea has dangled the prospect of "denuclearization" - freezing its nuclear weapons programs - but only if the USA withdraws its forces from South Korea.
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Kim also has expressed willingness to hold talks with the United States.
"Kim Jong Un made a decision to go to the negotiating table because he judged that once he became a nuclear power", he said, "the US would be much more interested in talking to him".
So that will be very exciting, I think, for the world. It followed reports from unnamed U.S. administration officials that the United States was in contact with North Korea in preparation for the talks.
The US State Department has been in contact with the North Korean UN mission, while the intelligence services of both countries have been conducting parallel talks.
After yesterday's announcement the Asian country were willing to get rid of their nuclear weapons, Trump said on Twitter: "For years and through many administrations, everyone said that peace and the denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula was not even a small possibility".
Mongolia's capital Ulaanbaatar is also considered as one of the possible locations, the report added.