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"It's asking for a grave": the network noticed a "nuance" with Kim Jong-un's gift to Putin. Photo

Mikhail LevakinNews
The dictator was also presented with a dog

Russian propagandists showed numerous photos of their dictator Vladimir Putin's visit to North Korea. But for some reason, the gifts exchanged between the two dictators did not appear in these photos. However, after the gifts to Putin were shown on DPRK television, the network burst into laughter.

In particular, the Russian dictator was presented with his own white bust and a strange picture that looks more like an applique – a portrait of Putin against the backdrop of the Kremlin and fireworks.

The DPRK's national broadcaster also did not show the third gift (two dogs of the Pyongsan breed). However, the first two gifts from Kim Jong-un to Putin provoked an explosion of laughter on the network, as both the bust and the portrait look like grave accessories.

''It's asking for a grave'': the network noticed a ''nuance'' with Kim Jong-un's gift to Putin. Photo
''It's asking for a grave'': the network noticed a ''nuance'' with Kim Jong-un's gift to Putin. Photo

"It's asking for a grave," the Russians themselves say. They also recall that recently their officials have been humiliated abroad even by "friends of the Russian Federation". Like, for example, the African necklace and the Order of the Stallion, which were previously presented to Lavrov.

''It's asking for a grave'': the network noticed a ''nuance'' with Kim Jong-un's gift to Putin. Photo

By the way, the "grave gift" was not the only humiliation for Russians in Pyongyang. Lavrov, Belousov, and the entire Russian delegation were kicked out of the negotiation room because they entered and sat down at the table before Kim Jong-un entered the room.

By the way, Putin is often presented with dogs, but no one sees them afterward. In 2017, Turkmenistan gave him an alabai. Serbia gave him a Yugoslavian Shepherd puppy, and Kyrgyzstan gave him a Taiga puppy.

''It's asking for a grave'': the network noticed a ''nuance'' with Kim Jong-un's gift to Putin. Photo

Putin himself presented the DPRK leader with an Aurus car, an admiral's dagger, and a tea set.

As OBOZ.UA reported, on June 19, Putin arrived in North Korea on a state visit for the first time in 24 years. In Pyongyang, he held a one-on-one meeting with DPRK leader Kim Jong-un.

During the visit, Russia and the DPRK signed an agreement on a comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries. This agreement provides for mutual military assistance in the event of aggression against one of the participants.

In addition, Kim Jong-un declared his "full support" for Russia's war against Ukraine. After all, Russia is allegedly "defending" its sovereignty, territorial integrity, and security interests on Ukrainian soil.

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