China’s President Xi Jinping is in North Korea for a gathering with Kim Jong-un, in the main Chinese state visit toward the North since 2005.
The two, who have met in China multiple times, are relied upon to examine the slowed down talks over the North’s atomic program just as monetary issues.
China is enormously critical to North Korea, as its principle exchanging accomplice.
Mr Xi’s visit comes seven days before the G20 summit in Japan, where he is set to meet US President Donald Trump.
It will likewise be his first gathering with Mr Kim since the Trump-Kim meeting in Hanoi in February finished with no concession to North Korean denuclearisation.