North KoreaLeaderKim Jong UnIt will start from todayRussiaWhen he leaves to return home, he will bring gifts from his Russian hosts, including a rifle, a pair of space pilot gloves and several military drones, which themselves violate UN sanctions.
Kim Jong-un’s visit to the Russian Far East began on the 12th, according to reports from Reuters and Agence France-Presse, sparking concerns in the West that isolated and nuclear-armed Pyongyang officials could provide Moscow authorities with access to Will provide weapons. Russia’s war in Ukraine.
North Korea’s Central News Agency (KCNA) reported today that Kim Jong Un “expressed his heartfelt gratitude to President Vladimir Putin and the Russian leadership for their special care and warm hospitality” at the end of his visit.
North Korea’s Central News Agency reported that Kim Jong-un was to return home “after successfully completing his official goodwill visit to the Russian Federation” and also wished “the prosperity of Russia and the happiness and well-being of its people.”
The following are some of the gifts he will bring back, which will be stored in the “International Friendship Exhibition Hall” in the future. This museum collects gifts received by three generations of North Korean leaders.
According to Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, when Kim Jong-un met with Russian President Vladimir Putin, he received a Russian-made “highest quality” rifle, and Kim Jong-un gave Putin a rifle in return. “The rifle is made by North Korean craftsmen.”
Russian state media TASS reported that Putin also presented Kim Jong-un with a pair of spacesuit gloves.
Russian media reported that the administrative head of the Primorsky Territory (Primorsky) Oleg Kozhemyako presented Kim Jong-un with a set of modern lightweight body armor specially designed for assault operations. This set of body armor can protect chest, shoulder, neck. And waist.
TASS reported that Kim Jong Un also received five suicide drones and a Geranium-25 unmanned reconnaissance aircraft, which was widely used in the Ukrainian war.
North Korea has worked hard to display gifts Kim Jong Un, his father Kim Jong-il and grandfather and country’s founder Kim Il Sung received from foreign dignitaries, including building a museum.
According to North Korean official media, the “International Friendship Exhibition Hall” opened in 1978 and consists of more than 100 showrooms displaying more than 115,000 objects from more than 200 countries.
North Korean state media have said that the size and importance of the collection at the International Friendship Exhibition Hall is comparable to that of the Louvre Museum in Paris.
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