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Kim Jong Un can travel more than 2500 kilometers to Vietnam via his signed train to the top of Trump
Traveling North Korea's leader Kim Chen Un to Vietnam for his second summit with US President Trump can take much longer than others.
Although despoca travel plans for the summit on February 27-28 remain wrapped in mystery reports, Kim may use his green and yellow armored train early next week to travel more than 2500 kilometers from Pyongyang to Hanoi – a trip that can take up to three days.
Kim Jong Un can travel to Hanoi, Vietnam on his armored train.
"Less than 24 hours from Pyongyang to Beijing and then from Beijing to Hanoi is about two days," said Mark Smith, who has experience with a train trip, told the BBC . "It is unlikely that his train will exceed 160 km / h."
Speculation began earlier this week when the de facto chief of Kim Cham-son, known as the "leader's palace," checked out a railway station in Lang Son, a city near the Vietnam-China border before heading for Hanoi to search for possible seats before the summit, reported South Korea, Yonhap. Smith said that if Kim travels to Hanoi by train alone, he will probably stop at Jia Lam Station where he has a train. standard track locations for the North Korean locomotive.
Kim Jong Un and Trump met for the first time in Singapore in June.
Kim, however, is unlikely to do the entire train trip, sources said. The despot may choose to travel by train from Pyongyang to Dong Dang railway station on the Chinese border and pass through Beijing on the way. He would then travel 105 miles from Dong Dang Railway Station to Hanoi
Two sources told Reuters that the Vietnamese authorities were preparing for Kim to arrive by train in the country. A witness reported seeing workers seeing the Dong Dang Station clean this week in preparation for the leader's arrival.
An elderly man rides a bicycle along National Flags of Vietnam, North Korea and the United States on Hanoi Street, Vietnam, Thursday, February 21, 2019. US President Donald Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Wan Meet Their Second Hanoi Meeting February 27-28. (AP)
"We were told to prepare for the possibility of an important event at the station," said another representative of the local People's Committee
. out. Sources said Jonphan Kim could choose to travel with a state-controlled aircraft called Chammae-1, which would reduce his travel time to about 13 hours.
to meet Trump for a second summit in Hanoi, Vietnam
"We have not seen any unusual actions related to the possible use by President Kim of a train to visit Vietnam so far," the source of the South Korean news site said. Another source said that February is also the busiest time for train travel in China due to the Moonlight New Year's Eve. Kim's train via China will cause delays and limitations. "China will be hard to let Kim travel through the country during the season," the source said.
Kim traveled to Singapore in June for the first Trump meeting with a Chinese plane charter with a Chinese flag shown on the plane. The plane was one of the three who left within an hour – a maneuver that was thought to throw out enemies who wanted to take Kim's plane off. One of the planes also carried Kim's portable WC and the bullet-proof limousine used during the visit. THE VIETNAM BARBER, DESIGNING FREE KNIVES FOR MARKING THE SECOND SAMIT for the first meeting, Kim's preferred way of travel is by train – like his late father, Kim Jong Il and grandfather Kim Ir Sung. Kim's father hated to fly and made all his trips aboard, almost all in China, on the railways.
Kim Jong Un arrived in Singapore in June a Chinese plane.
Trains are reported to be armored, making them heavier than normal wagons – and much slower when they travel, according to Chosun Ilbo report 2009 (AP).
The train, originally Kim's father, seems to provide much comfort to the North Korean leaders. It is said that 90 wagons contain bedrooms, conference rooms and a room equipped with satellite phones and flat-screen TVs, as well as cases of Bordeaux and Beauéle wine arrived from Paris, Konstantin Puljokski, a Russian employee accompanying Kim Jong on a three-week trip to Moscow in 2001, according to a report published in 2002