Kim Jong Un’s delegation to Hanoi: who’s who?
From seasoned diplomats to economic technocrats, the DPRK leader brings a diverse team
Kim Jong Un is now confirmed to be on his way to Vietnam, leaving Pyongyang on Saturday afternoon to begin the long trip to Hanoi, where he will meet with the U.S. President for their much-anticipated second summit.
And with state media reports come revelations about who will join the leader in Hanoi – offering insights into North Korea’s intentions for the days ahead and for the summit outcomes.
State media reports Kim will be accompanied by:Kim Yong Chol – vice-chairman of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) and
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