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Kim Jong-un's visit to Vladivostok captured on a memorial plaque
A memorial plaque was opened in honor of the North Korean leader, who visited the seaside capital in April of this year, during a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. It was installed on the territory of one of the suburban complexes of Vladivostok
According to the press service of the regional branch of United Russia, a memorial plate was placed opposite another memorial plaque - in honor of the arrival of the previous DPRK leader Kim Jong Il. He traveled to the Far East in 2002.
The meeting between Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un was held in Vladivostok in April of this year and became first personal. For about an hour, the leaders of the countries discussed issues of cooperation and solving the situation on the Korean Peninsula one-on-one, and then held talks in an expanded format.