Kim Jong Un reportedly made a flashy entrance in Beijing — and likely told China to keep it quiet

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  • A North Korean official is believed to have arrived in Beijing late on Monday, but China has remained quiet about what could potentially be a historic visit by leader Kim Jong Un.
  • While China doesn’t appear to be hiding the visit from the public eye, experts say North Korea likely told Beijing to keep the content of the meeting under wraps. 
  • Beijing might also be hesitant to publicize a high-profile China-North Korea meeting in case the outcome isn’t what it desires.

A mysterious armored train and a large motorcade were seen in China’s capital late on Monday, believed to be carrying a high-level North Korean official.

Several videos of the presidential-style motorcade surfaced on social media, leading many to speculate that Kim Jong Un was making his first known trip outside of North Korea since becoming leader in 2011. 

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