Report Kim Jong Un Makes Secretive Visit to China
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Kim Jong Un has reportedly made his first trip abroad as North Korea’s leader in a secretive visit to China.
According to Bloomberg, three people with knowledge of the visit confirmed the trip Monday.
Japan’s Kyodo News reported earlier Monday that a high-level North Korean official had arrived in Beijing after arriving by train.
Breaking: North Korean armored train spotted at Beijing, China. Kim Jong Un probably on board. pic.twitter.com/p0Lij0Q1Wo
— Augustus Manchurius (@1984to1776) March 26, 2018
The train has been compared to the one used by Kim Jong Il, Kim’s father, during his visit to China in 2011.
Intriguing images from Beijing, captured by Japan's Nippon TV. A 21-car train, similar to one used by Kim Jong Il in 2011, pulled into Beijing Station around 3pm. Met by honor guard and line of VIP cars. Speculation is that Kim Jong Un could be in Beijing. https://t.co/OR40pYEcgG pic.twitter.com/1G5jndciIr
— Martyn Williams (@martyn_williams) March 26, 2018
Monday’s train is said to have traveled from the northeastern Chinese border city of Dandong.Read More...