BBC LIVE Summary
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has arrived via rail in Russia where he is due to meet President Vladimir Putin.
Moscow wants Pyongyang to sell it ammunitions for the war in Ukraine, says the US.
North Korea meanwhile wants food aid and possibly technology to help its banned nuclear and missiles programme, analysts say.
Putin is in Vladivostok in Russia's far east, which is around 200km (125 miles) from the North Korean border.
But it's not clear exactly where they will meet - Kim's train is reportedly heading north, away from Vladivostok.
One possible meeting point is Vostochny space centre in Russia's far east.
This is Kim's first trip abroad in four years - he last met Putin face to face in 2019.