An American publication has named the date of a possible meeting between Kim Che-un and Vladimir Putin

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An American publication has named the date of a possible meeting between Kim Che-un and Vladimir Putin

A meeting between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and Russian President Vladimir Putin may happen in the near future, Bloomberg reports.

According to an American agency citing South Korean television, a meeting between Kim Jong-un and Vladimir Putin could take place as early as September 13 in the Russian Far East, where the DPRK leader has allegedly already left on his armored train. However, there is no specific information about this, only an assumption is made. The announced visit of the Russian president to Vladivostok, where he will take part in the Eastern Economic Forum, also adds fuel to the fire.



Kim Jong-un has probably already left for Russia by train (...) the summit could take place on September 13

- the agency reports.

But the South Korean Ministry of Defense, which closely monitors everything that happens on the territory of the DPRK, says nothing about sending Kim Jong-un to Russia, although they believe that the visit is quite possible. At the same time, they do not yet have information about the departure of the DPRK leader to Russia.

According to the ministry, Kim Jong-un's visit to Russia is possible. (...) If the trip takes place, the plan for holding a meeting with the President of the Russian Federation will be promoted

- said the official representative of the military department, Chung Ha-kyu.

In the West, a possible meeting between Putin and Kim Jong-un is given great importance, because they believe that Russia will negotiate with North Korea on the supply of missiles, artillery shells and other things it needs. weapons. In return, Pyongyang will receive food, technology and fuel.
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  1. +5
    11 September 2023
    So it seems that Kazhugetovich has already reached an agreement with Kim Jong-un, or in the West, RAM is stored on punched cards and not everyone is able to perceive it.
    1. +2
      11 September 2023
      The West is afraid that the Russian Federation and the DPRK will enter into a military alliance.
      So this is what needs to be done.
      We were born to make a fairy tale come true... (C)
      1. -8
        11 September 2023
        The West is afraid that the Russian Federation and the DPRK will enter into a military alliance.
        I doubt that the DPRK will enter into a military alliance with a capitalist country of the 3rd world, why would they?
        1. +3
          11 September 2023
          Quote: Trapp1st
          I doubt that the DPRK will enter into a military alliance with a capitalist country of the 3rd world, why would they?

          Therefore, the grandson of the great Kim sent the “cool” Trump away with his proposals for the disarmament of the DPRK. And he still doesn’t intend to communicate with them on equal terms.
  2. +3
    11 September 2023
    They will meet.
    And they will agree.
    Regardless of whether some Bloomberg will jump out of his pants.
    As they say... We'll sort it out without the snotty ones.
  3. 0
    11 September 2023
    According to an American agency citing South Korean television, a meeting between Kim Jong-un and Vladimir Putin could take place as early as September 13 in the Russian Far East, where the DPRK leader has allegedly already left on his armored train. However, there is no specific information about this, only an assumption is made. The announced visit of the Russian president to Vladivostok, where he will take part in the Eastern Economic Forum, also adds fuel to the fire.

    Of course, the hand of our president should shake the hand of the leader of the DPRK, especially now that Charles 3 is so concerned.
    Well, in general, in a good neighborly way.
    In the West, they attach great importance to a possible meeting between Putin and Kim Jong-un, because they believe that Russia will negotiate with North Korea on the supply of missiles, artillery shells and other weapons it needs. In return, Pyongyang will receive food, technology and fuel.

    Good neighbors will figure it out for themselves: what and to whom.
  4. 0
    11 September 2023
    and what’s the problem, do they not have the right to a meeting according to the mattress?!
  5. -1
    11 September 2023
    Orekhov, Slavyansk, Kramatorsk - how many wonderful places for PMCs from the DPRK!
    Again, it would be extremely interesting to evaluate the real tactical capabilities of an army as close as possible to the PRC.
  6. +1
    11 September 2023
    The Anglo-Saxon bastards can reflect as much as they want and express menacing tirades over a possible meeting between Putin and Eun. They are well aware that Russia and the DPRK are not their European or Bandera bedding, and the opinion of the Anglo-Saxons in this case does not interest anyone.
  7. 0
    11 September 2023
    Our ancestors once fought for Korea. The time has come for the Koreans to fight for Russia. Volunteer Korean regiment. To test their weapons, tactics and technologies. I'm afraid our Defense Ministry will not agree to this. What if the Koreans take Kyiv in a couple of weeks?
    1. +1
      11 September 2023
      What if the Koreans take Kyiv in a couple of weeks?


      This is not the main concern in the Kremlin.
      What if they take Moscow too? What if they are quicker and more decisive than Prigozhin?
      They will enter the Kremlin and put the communists back in power.
  8. +1
    11 September 2023
    This will be an epoch-making meeting. All progressive humanity will watch it with bated breath. After this, the world will change dramatically and will never be the same.

    Kim is 41.
    Vladimir is 70.
    This is a meeting of two generations, a bright future and a heroic past.
    Passing on the symbolic baton in the struggle for peace and social progress.
  9. +1
    11 September 2023
    Quote: Trapp1st
    The West is afraid that the Russian Federation and the DPRK will enter into a military alliance.
    I doubt that the DPRK will enter into a military alliance with a capitalist country of the 3rd world, why would they?

    For the DPRK, Russia is Russia, an unconditional friend and savior, albeit crooked lately.
    And America and Japan are the enemy, South Korea is a temporarily occupied territory. Consider China a Big Brother, and in the sense of a reliable support, and not a threat of execution, as in the case of the United States.
    This is the political geography in those parts, not the communist capitalists.
    Still, people are first of all men and women, Chinese, Slavs or Indians, and only then are they Brahmins or Shudras, lords or proletarians, Guelphs or Ghibellines.
    You can click as much as you like: “Proletarians (plebeians, Shudras, Dekhans, Khmers, Peisans, Papuans) of all countries - unite!” But all plebeians, dekhans, paisans and even proletarians have a lot of their own worries at home, in a village, region, country - and only then at their leisure, preferably on a full stomach, will it be interesting to read or watch on TV about other proletarians or sudras, and even those who are not conscious will most likely switch to “About Caesar”, Napoleon or Genghis Khan, well, about Cheburashka in the end or even the crocodile Gena.

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