Trump-Kim Summit: Kim Jong arrives in Singapore

Beijing – Strained Relations between Donald Trump and North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un is a well-known fact across the globe.

The two are expected to meet in the much-anticipated summit in Singapore later this Tuesday around 9 am for denuclearization talks at Singapore’s Capella Hotel on Sentosa.

The two leaders will also have bilateral meetings with Singapore’s PM Lee Hsein Loong on Monday.

While Trump in on Route to Singapore from Canada after wrapping up his G7 summit. He is scheduled to arrive at Paya Lebar Airbase around 8.35 pm on later this Sunday in Singapore.

Mr Kim whose official title is Chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has also arrived reported in Straits Times.

According to Korean news agency Yonhap, Chinese private jet plane was spotted leaving N. Korea’s capital Pyongyang on Sunday just an hour after it had landed in North Korea.

Boeing 747-4J6 is operated by Air China was detected at the airport by Flightradar24 at 8.30am (7.30am Singapore time). The Jet is known to be a private jet used by Chinese top government officials including President Xi Jinping.

The jet had earlier arrived an hour ago at 7.20 am from the Beijing Capital International Airport.

According to the flight-tracking website, Flightradar24 did not say where the plane was headed for.

Yonhap said that government-chartered planes do not disclose their routes for security reasons.