The leaders discussed a series of plans for strengthening collaboration between their two countries.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reached a consensus on important issues on Friday on the second day in Pyongyang. Both the leaders agreed that they will carry forward friendly relations whatever the international situation.
On the last day of Xi’s visit to Pyongyang, the leaders discussed a series of plans for strengthening collaboration between their two countries, and talked about the “major internal and external policies” of their respective countries and exchanged views on domestic and international issues of mutual concern.
Xi left the North Korean capital Pyongyang on Friday after a two-day visit, the first by a Chinese leader in 14 years.