Vladimir Putin And Kim Jong Un Gifted Each Other Rifles Hold Hands For 40 Second
Putin-Kim Jong Gift Guns: North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is on a visit to Russia. Here he met Russian President Vladimir Putin and many issues were discussed between the two countries. Apart from meeting Putin, Kim Jong is in the news for traveling from North Korea to Russia in his armored train.
Kim met Putin on Wednesday at the Vostochny Cosmodrome in the Amur region of the Russian Far East and shook hands for 40 seconds. Meanwhile, some gifts were also exchanged between the leaders of the two countries. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that Putin and Kim Jong Un have gifted guns to each other.
Dmitry Peskov said that Putin has gifted Russia’s most advanced rifle to Kim Jong Un as well as a space glove, which has been taken into space several times. Kim Jong Un also presented a gun made in North Korea to Putin as a gift.
The Kremlin said that Putin has also accepted Kim’s invitation to visit North Korea. Dmitry Peskov said that before Putin’s visit, Russia will send Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov to North Korea and its preparations will be completed as soon as possible.
What was the reason for your visit to Russia?
Both the countries are facing many restrictions at the international level. In such a situation, both the countries want to come together to fulfill their mutual needs. According to BBC, in view of the Ukraine war, Russia has started looking at new options. Russia needs weapons because of the Ukraine war. North Korea has been extensively producing weapons. That’s why Kim and Putin have met each other. There is a problem of food crisis in North Korea due to which Kim Jong Un will try to demand food aid in exchange for weapons.
How many times has Putin visited North Korea?
Vladimir Putin last visited North Korea 23 years ago (July 2000). At that time, Kim Jong Un’s father used to rule the country. Kim last came to Russia in 2019.
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