Kim Jong Um has ended his six-day trip in Russia with Vladimir Putin and is now on his armoured train heading back to North Korea and he will arrive back in Pyongyang on Monday afternoon.
It is thought to be the longest trip that Jong Un has ever done outside of North Korea which has led to much speculation as what weapon deals Pyongyang and Moscow has agreed.
Kong Un has expressed his interest in military technology and was shown around Russia’s main spaceport and wants to also acquire space technologies and missile tech.
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The North Korean dictator was presented with six kamikaze drones and a bulletproof vest as gifts and he also received anti-thermal imaging clothing.
TASS said the “leader of the DPRK received five kamikaze drones and a ‘Geran-25’ reconnaissance drone with vertical takeoff,” using the official name of North Korea.
North Korean state news agency KCNA said, the six-day visit was “a fresh heyday of friendship and solidarity and cooperation is being opened up in the history of the development of the relations between the DPRK and Russia.”
The trip shows how desperate Putin is to secure millions of tonnes of shells for his war in Ukraine, a military analyst claimed.
“There has also been a mass of publicity about it, which would not normally have been comfortable for the North Korean leader.”
Bell added, “The real question from a military analyst’s [perspective] is though, what is Russia going to have to give North Korea in return?