MOSCOW: The Kremlin on Friday (Sep 15) mentioned no agreements have been signed throughout North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s ongoing visit to Russia.
“No agreements have been signed and there was no plan to signal any,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov instructed reporters, amid concern in Washington that the 2 international locations might be making ready an arms deal.
Kim started his visit to Russia on Tuesday.
At a gathering with President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday, the 2 leaders exchanged items of rifles – a selection seen as symbolic given Western concern.
Putin talked up the prospect of better cooperation with North Korea and mentioned there have been “prospects” for navy ties regardless of worldwide sanctions on Pyongyang.
The Kremlin on Thursday mentioned Putin had accepted an invite from Kim to go to North Korea, with out giving a date for the journey.
Kim on Friday visited a factory which produces fighter jets in Russia’s Far East.