The North Korean leader was very impressed by the rich independent potential and modernity of the Russian aircraft industry, as well as “its continuous entrepreneurial efforts to achieve new goals,” TASS reports.
Kim Jong-un believes that Russian aviation technology is ahead of possible external threats. The DPRK leader also wished more successes in the development of aviation enterprises.
Recall that the day before the head of the DPRK, who arrived by train in Komsomolsk-on-Amur, visited two enterprises here that produce military and civilian equipment. Kim Jong-un was shown the digital technologies used to create modern aircraft. He also inspected the assembly and assembly production of fighter aircraft and the final assembly workshop of Su-35 aircraft and the fifth-generation Su-57 aeronautical complex.