Kim Jong Un Returns to North Korea From Russia

Kim Jong Un Returns to North Korea From Russia.

A train carrying North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has departed from the railway station in the Russian city of Artyom, marking the conclusion of his visit to Russia, according to reports from Russian news agencies on Sunday.

The journey from Artyom to Khasan station, situated on the Russian-North Korean border, spans a distance of more than 200 kilometers, equivalent to 124 miles.

In a video shared by the state-run RIA news agency, Kim Jong Un, who rarely ventures beyond North Korea’s borders, can be seen walking along a red carpet to board the train amidst the tunes of a military band, bidding farewell with waves.

Russian Natural Resources Minister Alexander Kozlov, Moscow’s ambassador to North Korea, Alexander Matsegora, and the governor of Russia’s Primorye region, Oleg Kozhemyako, were reported to have seen off the North Korean leader, as per RIA.

Previously, Russian media reported that Kim and Russia’s defense minister held discussions focused on practical measures aimed at enhancing military cooperation, which North Korea described as a “new era” for their bilateral relations.

During his week-long visit to Russia, Kim held talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday, where they touched upon military affairs, the situation in Ukraine, and plans for further collaboration.

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