The above information has been received from the police station RT Cited a Kremlin statement on September 11.
In response to confirmation from Russian officials, South Korea’s YTN station quoted informed sources as saying that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un left Pyongyang on the morning of 11 November on a private train for North Korea’s northeastern border. “9”.
Russia and North Korea share a short border near the city of Vladivostok in Russia’s far east.
The Kremlin has not yet confirmed the location where the North Korean leader will go and hold talks with President Putin.
Meeting between the leaders of Russia and North Korea in April 2019. Photo: AP
In early September, the new York Times US and other Western officials were also quoted as saying that Mr Kim wanted to discuss further military cooperation with Mr Putin.
Meanwhile, today President Putin is also starting a two-day visit to Vladivostok, where he will participate in the Eastern Economic Forum.
The most recent meeting between Mr. Putin and Mr. Kim took place in 2019, when the North Korean leader arrived in Vladivostok on an armored train.
At that time, bilateral talks focused on denuclearization, the situation on the Korean Peninsula, and a range of issues in bilateral relations.
The Kremlin’s announcement also follows a surprise visit by Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu to Pyongyang in July.
There, Mr. Shoigu and Mr. Kim attended a military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the Korean War.
At that time, the Russian Defense Minister also suggested joint military exercises with North Korea.
The Kremlin confirmed Mr Kim’s visit in the context that on 11 September the Russian Foreign Ministry warned of a security crisis on the Korean peninsula.
Indeed, recent weeks have seen a series of missile launches by North Korea and major military exercises between the US and South Korea.