The letter was handed in to the Russian parliament upper house speaker Valentina Matvienko who then passed it on to leader Vladimir Putin who has since called for dialogue between the US and North Korea, reports Sputnik.
But this seems remote because the war of words between Trump and Kim shows no sign of abating.
Over the weekend the US President lashed out at Kim saying he would never call him “short and fat” before sarcastically jibing he was trying “so hard to be his friend”.
Trump made the comment on Twitter after accusing the North Korean tyrant of calling
Meanwhile off the coast of the Korean Peninsula, the US Navy has been reminding the world of its superpower capabilities.
For the past few weeks the American warships have been travelling to Asia to form a single three-carrier battle group tasked with carrying out the largest war game of its kind in recent memory.
The drill is intended to demonstrate US resolve with allies Japan and South Korea but also to heap pressure on Pyongyang to end its nuclear weapons program and stop testing of ballistic missiles.
An array of warships will support them during the exercise, which started today, and are due to finish tommorow.
Additionally, Arleigh Burke-class destroyers will participate in the effort and they possess Tomahawk guided-missiles that can be launched from sea to hit land.