Three reasons Kim Jong Un and Vladimir Putin might want to be friends

North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un is in Russia to meet president Vladimir Putin.

Both nations can be useful to one another and also have a number of things in common, from shared enemies to a reliance on China.

The BBC’s Russia Editor, Steve Rosenberg and Seoul correspondent Jean Mackenzie take a look at why the two countries may want to be friends.

Video by Ian Casey

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