North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has landed in Singapore for the historic summit that will take place between US President Donald Trump and himself on June 12.
Kim arrived at Changi Airport on June 10 just after 2.30pm. He landed in Singapore on an Air China flight.
Upon his arrival, Kim was greeted by Singapore’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Vivian Balakrishnan as well as Education Minister Ong Ye Kung.
He later left the airport using a road outside Changi Airport’s VIP Complex. The North Korean leader reportedly was followed and preceded by about 30 other vehicles.
Some Pan-Island Expressway exits towards Tuas were blocked off to ensure the smooth travel of Kim.
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The leader was brought to the St Regis hotel in Orchard, where he will be staying for the duration of the summit.
It was reported that men in suits were jogging alongside the car that was supposedly carrying Kim Jong Un, as it arrived at the St Regis.
While this was happening, a third North Korean plane landed at Changi Airport at about 3.45pm. The Air Koryo aircraft is reportedly flying in the sister of the North Korean leader.
Kim Jong Un is set to meet Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong later today and President Donald Trump is set to arrive in Singapore tonight.
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