Clark Mountain Musings

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Most High Fearless Revered Leader visits China

North Korean leader Kim Jong Il has traveled to China on a rare trip outside his country, a South Korean military-intelligence official said today. The official said he received the information from intelligence inside China. The official spoke on condition his name not be used. "We confirmed he went to China," the official said. "We don't know why."
China's foreign ministry said it could not confirm the report and had no comment. Kim, who seldom travels abroad, last visited China in April 2004 for a summit with Chinese leaders. North Korea and China, both communist countries, have traditionally had close ties.



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