Kim Jong-un has hailed North Korea’s “invulnerable” ties with China, during a state visit by President Xi Jinping.

Beijing is Pyongyang’s nearest partner yet their relationship has been stressed by North Korea’s atomic program and China’s help of UN sanctions.

Mr Xi’s two-day visit to Pyongyang finishes on Friday, seven days before he meets US President Donald Trump at G20.

He and Mr Kim are right now in independent debates with the US – China over exchange and North Korea over atomic weapons.

North Korean state media organization KCNA secured Mr Xi’s exceedingly representative visit noticeably on Friday.

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It said that at time when “genuine and muddled changes are going on in worldwide and provincial circumstances”, the two chiefs had shared their “sees on significant and local issues including the circumstance of the Korean promontory”.

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The two heads have met a few times previously however it was Mr Xi’s first visit to Pyongyang as Chinese president

KCNA refers to Mr Kim as saying the discussions were a “significant chance” for the partners to show their “invulnerable” and “unchangeable” kinship.

On Thursday evening, Mr Xi was regarded with an uncommon exhibition of North Korea’s Mass Games, highlighting a huge number of individuals portraying scenes from Korean culture and history with synchronized developments.

A large number of entertainers turn the shaded pages of books in arrangement to make mammoth pictures crosswise over one side of the arena, including on Thursday a picture of Mr Xi’s face.

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