Kremlin: North Korea’s Kim to visit Russia at Putin’s invitation

North Korean governer Kim Jong Un will go to Russia in the approaching days at the invitation of President Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin said on Monday. Earlier, South Korean media, recognising unknown government sources, revealed that Kim seemed to have gone to aboard a precious train bound for Russia and a summit with Putin.

“For the invitation of Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Chairman of State Affairs of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Kim Jong Un, will be officially going to the Russian Federation in the approaching days,” the Kremlin conveyed. Putin came on Monday in the Russian far eastern city of Vladivostok to be a part of the Eastern Economic Forum.

The United States has shown worries that North Korea will give weapons to Russia. North Korea is a very rare nation to have boldly shown itself as a backbone to the nation Russia since the invasion of Ukraine previous year, and Putin promised previous week to “enlarge bilateral rapports in all respects in a made up way by bringing together attempts”.