Kim Jong-un took a break from gawking at missiles on his Russia trip to watch a walrus doing 'sit ups' as Vladimir Putin laid on some 'cultural' activities for the dinky despot.
Kim and his delegates clapped as a walrus named Misha did sit ups and an array of other tricks alongside her trainer at Primorsky Aquarium on Russky Island off Vladivostok, in Russia's Far East.
After spending a few days admiring Russia's arsenal of weapons, Kim undertook various activities in the interest of "promoting collaboration with Russia across various sectors, including culture and education," according to reports.
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He was also spotted through the campus of the Far Eastern Federal University on Russky Island before enjoying a performance of Pyotr Tchaikovsky's ballet "Sleeping Beauty."
Up until the late cultural burst on his trip, he had been discussing the potential to annihilate human beings with ridiculously powerful weapons.
He met with Russia's Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu on Saturday (September 16) and inspected Russia's nuclear-capable weapons.
The 39-year-old, who was in Russia mainly to discuss possible military cooperation between the two countries, had an official snoop around the Knevichi airfield in Vladivostok.
Shoigu guided him round nuclear-capable strategic bombers including the Tu-160, Tu-95 and Tu-22M3 – and the country's latest hypersonic Kinzhal missiles.
Putin hailed the powerful Kinzhal hypersonic missile system as “the absolute weapon” back in 2018.
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He said his armed forces were already using Kinzhal and had displayed its capability to launch the missiles at Mach 20 – equivalent to 15,345 mph.
However, the Kinzhal missile recently suffered a blunder when it fell from a warplane headed for Ukraine and fell in a Russian field.
Later on Saturday, Kim and Shoigu inspected the Marshal Shaposhnikov frigate of Russia's Pacific Fleet moored in Ulysses Bay in the port city, according to TASS.
The Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation said in a statement said that Kim "got a close look at modern missile weapon control systems located at the ship's central command centre during his visit".
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