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Russia summit: Vladimir Putin, Kim Jong-un discuss US' 'unilateral attitude' on denuclearisation in North Korea, vow to strengthen ties

Firstpost Friday, 26 April 2019
At his first summit with Russia's Vladimir Putin, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un accused the United States of acting in "bad faith" at their most recent talks, state media in Pyongyang said on Friday.
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According to Business Insider, "North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has arrived in Russia, where he will meet President Vladimir Putin. Kim traveled from North Korea to eastern Russia in his family's bulletproof armored train." He was presented with a warm welcome as Russian girls in costume approached...

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