North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has been warmly received in Vietnam, where he has arrived for a second summit with US President Donald Trump.
Kim, who left a railway station in Pyongyang on Saturday, arrived at the Vietnamese town of Dong Dang on Tuesday, and is due in the Vietnamese capital of Hanoi for the two-day summit.
While Trump is on his way, Kim has been received by Vietnamese officials in front of a guard of honor. North Korean and Vietnamese flags were also on display.
Kim is accompanied by senior officials and his sister, Kim Yo-jong, who has emerged as an important aide.
Meanwhile, security is tightened in Hanoi as the North Korean leader heads to the Vietnamese capital, where he will stay in Melia Hotel.
Kim and Trump, who is due to arrive in Hanoi on Tuesday evening, will meet for a brief one-on-one conversation on Wednesday evening, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told reporters on Air Force One, adding that the…