Tuesday, 19 June 2018

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un begins two-day visit to China following denuclearisation summit



North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is beginning a two-day visit to China, following his summit with Donald Trump in Singapore last week.
 
It is his third visit to China in as many months.


He has been expected to visit the country to brief Chinese President Xi Jinping on his meeting with the US president.


Although Chinese state media did not say if Mr Kim had already arrived in Beijing, a motorcade was seen leaving the city's airport and roads were closed off near the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse, where senior Chinese officials meet visiting leaders.


It was expected that Mr Kim would meet senior Chinese officials to discuss halting his nuclear weapons programme in exchange for financial aide.





SKY    News.