Kim Jong Un Wraps Up Russia Trip: North Korean Leader Receives Drones As Gift

North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un left Russia on his armored train, wrapping up a six-day trip which has focused largely on military matters.

Russian News Agencies reported that a departure ceremony was held at the Artyom-Primorsky-1 Station, while Tass News Agency said that Kim's train was headed around 250 kilometers towards the border.

Official Tass News Agency said, North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un received five explosive drones, a reconnaissance drone and a bulletproof vest as gifts from a regional governor on his visit to Russia.

On Saturday he met the Russian Defence Minister in Vladivostok, where he inspected state-of-the-art weapons including a hypersonic missile system.

The Kremlin has said no agreement has or will be signed.

North Korean News Agency KCNA has described the atmosphere during Kim’s visit as fervent and warm and said a new era of friendship, solidarity and cooperation was opening between North Korea and Russia.