Kim Jong Un Departs Russia on Armored Train


North Korean leader Kim Jong Un left eastern Russia for the North Korean border on his armored train, according to Russian agencies, concluding a six-day visit during which he met with President Vladimir Putin.

The news agency "RIA Novosti" reported that a farewell ceremony for the leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea was held at the Artem-Primorsky-1 station, where Kim Jong Un's armored train was stationed.

A farewell ceremony was held for the North Korean leader at the Primorsky Railway Station, from where Kim boarded his armored train heading towards North Korea. The agency noted that the train was headed towards the Khasan border crossing, covering a distance of approximately 250 kilometers.

Before heading back to his country, Kim Jong Un, as part of his tour in the Russian Far East, visited the Primorsky Aquarium in Vladivostok. The North Korean leader attended a marine life show and toured the museum accompanied by the governor of the Primorsky Territory, Oleg Kozhemyako, and the Russian ambassador to North Korea, Alexander Matsegora.

Kim Jong Un arrived in the Russian Primorsky Territory on his armored train for a working visit to Russia last Tuesday. He held talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday at the Vostochny Cosmodrome.

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