In a post on October 1, 2022 from a Twitter account, it was claimed that North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un and Russian President Vladimir Putin met on October 1, 2022.
Is Kim Jong-Un and Vladimir Putin’s Meeting Current?
The related video went viral on October 1, the day Russia announced its annexation of four regions of Ukraine. It is possible to find the long version of the video on the Youtube page of Global News, a Canadian-based news channel. The video mentions the leaders meeting for the first time. The release date of the video shows 3 years ago.
Searches on the internet also show information about this meeting. According to a report in the BBC, it is written that the Leaders met for the first time in Vladivostok, Russia in April 2019. In the news on CNN, it is stated that the reason for the meeting is that Russia will mediate between North Korea and the United States and will inform the United States about North Korea’s nuclear activities. Apart from this meeting, no other meeting stands out in internet searches.
The Claim is WRONG
In a post made by a Twitter account, it was claimed with a video that North Korean President Kim Jong-Un and Russian President Vladimir Putin met on October 1, 2022. The video was shot 3 years ago in April 2019, before the meeting where the two leaders met for the first time in Russia.