Warm feelings: Kim Jong-UN happy with the reception in Russia

PHOTO : TASS / Yuri Smityuk

RUSSIA

The leader of North Korea in Primorye met with bread and salt, and later feed soup, dumplings and caviar. About the first Russian visit of Kim Jong-UN tells the correspondent of TV channel “MIR 24” Natalia Duginova.

Like a Hollywood star, Kim Jong-UN is on the red carpet. At the border station Khasan in the Primorye Russian girls in traditional costumes bring flowers and bread and salt – it is a tradition.

Russian loaf, Kim Jong-UN breaks off easily. For a few hours it becomes the most discussed detail of his visit. Be removed and forbidden to take pictures – only the official chronicle. Kim Jong UN gave the first interview to a foreign journalist. He was a representative of one of the Russian TV channel.

“I came to Russia with a warm feeling. I hope that this visit will be successful and useful. I hope that in the course of negotiations with the esteemed President Putin, I will specifically discuss the issues on settlement of the situation on the Korean Peninsula and the development of our bilateral relations. Warm greetings to the Russian people,” – said the North Korean leader.

The Governor of Primorsky Krai Oleg Kozhemyako his meeting with North Korean leader immediately puts on the page in a social network. Here, on the station, they briefly talk. The train, which travels around the world, Kim Jong UN, already waiting in Vladivostok.

Later Kozhemyako will reveal the secret than in the capital of the Far East will treat the head of North Korea. Menu soup, dumplings and red caviar, but so far, the Protocol part of the visit. And, of course, the orchestra. Usually smiling Kim Jong-UN is getting serious when you hear the Russian national anthem.

And without this, none of the foreign visit of the head of North Korea: a few tens of meters his limo accompanied by a running guard. Kim Jong-UN sent to the Russian island in the far Eastern Federal University campus, where tomorrow he meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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