Kim-Trump meeting: N Korean leader train arrives in Vietnam
Hanoi, Feb 26: Ahead of his meeting with US President Donald Trump in Hanoi, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's arrived in Vietnam on Tuesday.
Kim's train arrived in Vietnam on Tuesday ahead of his second summit with US President Donald Trump in Hanoi.
The olive green train pulled into Vietnam's Dong Dang station after a marathon 4,000 kilometre (2,500 mile), two and a half day journey across China from Pyongyang, reported AFP.
Kim is expected to drive to the Vietnamese capital where he will have a state visit.
All eyes will be on Vietnam over the final days of February as two of the world's most talked-about leaders - US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, will meet in the Southeast Asian nation for a two-day summit starting Wednesday (February 27). This will be their second summit since their historic meeting in Singapore in June last year.
While US President Donald Trump left Washington for the Vietnam capital for his second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, the latter embarked on his 4,000-kilometre land journey in an armoured train on Saturday, February 23.