Russian news agencies said Kim Jong-un left Artyom-Primorsky-1 station (Russia) on his armored train, ending his 6-day visit focusing on military issues.
Here the North Korean leader said goodbye to the Russian delegation led by Natural Resources Minister Alexander Kozlov.
At the end of the visit, Mr. Kim Jong-un brought back to North Korea several special gifts given by the host country, Russia.
North Korean President Kim Jong-un left Russia on September 17. Photo: BSS News
Connected TASS Said Mr Kim Jong-un was given 5 kamikaze drones and 1 Geran-25 vertical take-off reconnaissance drone by the governor of the Primorye region along the China-North Korea border. In addition, Mr. Kim was also given a bulletproof jacket and special clothing that cannot be detected by thermal cameras.
Russian President Vladimir Putin had earlier fully welcomed North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
TASS During the meeting both the leaders gave rifles to each other. The rifle that Mr Kim gave to Mr Putin was made by North Korean craftsmen.
Mr Putin also gave Mr Kim Russian cosmonaut suit gloves, who has flown in space several times, and a domestically made rifle of the highest quality.
“Besides, there are other gifts” – Kremlin spokesman Mr Dmitry Peskov said, but did not specifically say what they were.
During talks with President Vladimir Putin at the Vostochny Cosmodrome in the Far East on September 13, Mr Kim Jong-un confirmed that North Korea wants to further develop bilateral relations with Russia.
The North Korean leader also expressed his support for all Russia’s decisions and believes that the two countries are more connected to each other.
President Vladimir Putin welcomed Chairman Kim Jong-un. Photo: KCNA