North Korean leader Kim Jong Un en route to Hanoi via train

February 23, 2019 1:07 pm79 commentsViews: 527

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is well prepared for the second summit with US President Donald Trump in Vietnam next week and ahead of the important day it is learned he has apparently entered China aboard his armored train.

Russian news agency TASS revealed a green and yellow train was spotted cross a bridge between North Korea and Chinese border city of Dandong.

Meanwhile, it is also being said Kim could fly to Vietnam and is sending the train to Vietnam empty so that he may need it while returning back and probably to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping then.

Distance between North Korean city Pyongyang and Vietnam city Hanoi is about 2,700 miles and a train journey for Kim is to take more than 48 hours.

The two leaders are to meet on February 27 and 28.

Earlier this week Trump said Kim must do something thats meaningful on denuclearization the Korean peninsula and as an aftermath he would support lifting economic sanctions.

He said, “I think they want to do something… I don’t think this will be the last meeting.”

The two leaders met in their first summit last June in Singapore but it resulted with vague promises by Kim on denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.

According to US officials the country has yet to take concrete and verifiable steps and hence firmer commitments are being expected by Kim at the Vietnam summit.

Meanwhile, North Korea seeks US and other countries to reduce sanctions on the country ahead of major changes implemented on nuclear program.


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