Kim Jong Un invited Putin to N. Korea, invitation was accepted - KCNA
HONG KONG. April 26 (Interfax) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to visit North Korea, the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said.
"Kim Jong Un invited Putin to visit the DPRK at a convenient time and the invitation was readily accepted," KCNA said.
The Russian president and the North Korean leader met in Vladivostok on Thursday. Their one-on-one talks lasted for almost two hours, and were then followed by a meeting in the presence of the two countries' delegations.