North Korea’s Kim Jong makes a 4th visit to China in a year

The supreme leader of North Korean Kim Jong Un arrived in China’s capital Beijing on Tuesday for his fourth official visit to China in a year.

State-owned Chinese media reported that Supreme Leader of North Korea came at the invitation of Chinese President Xi Jinping, ahead of an expected but yet to be confirmed the second summit with the President of the United States Donald Trump.

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Tuesday also happens to be the Kim Jong Un’s birthday. He is believed to be turning 36.

A three-car North Korean train pulled into Beijing Railway station Tuesday morning shortly after China’s Xinhua News Agency confirmed Kim would be visiting the country Jan. 7-10.

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