DPRK leader Kim Jong-un invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to visit North Korea. It is reported by the state news agency TsTAK, reports TASS.
It is alleged that "an invitation to visit the DPRK at any convenient time was readily accepted."
Putin and Kim Jong-un met in Vladivostok on Thursday, April 25. The bilateral meeting on the territory of the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) on Russky Island lasted about two hours, after which the parties proceeded to negotiations as part of the delegations.
Later it was reported that both leaders positively evaluated the negotiations. In particular, the issues of nuclear disarmament and the situation on the Korean Peninsula were touched upon. Following the meeting, Putin called for restoring the force of international law, since today, he said, the situation in the world is determined by the fist law.
This was the first visit of the DPRK leader to Russia. Vladimir Putin visited North Korea in 2000, then he met with Kim Jong-un's father, Kim Jong Il.