In addition to official meetings with the highest heads of the Russian state, the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong Un, has also found time to have fun during his visit to Russia.
In footage released on state television, Kim is shown visiting Russia’s largest aquarium, which is located in Primorsky. Kim closely followed the spectacle of several manatees, accompanied by numerous security forces.
Kim and Putin met on Wednesday and agreed that North Korea will help Russia with munitions, while the latter will send food and technology for Pyongyang’s nuclear program.
Earlier, the head of the Kremlin accepted Kim Jong Un’s invitation to visit North Korea, a visit that is thought to be carried out very soon.
Kim was warmly welcomed by Putin at the Vostochny space center in Russia’s far east.