It appears North Korea's leader won't be visiting Moscow until next year.
According to several Russian news outlets, the Kremlin's foreign affairs advisor Yuri Ushakov expressed hopes Kim Jong-un's visit will be "possible next year."
He didn't confirm the recent reports suggesting the regime's leader could visit Russia in November.
Last month,. the Kremlin said. President Vladimir Putin invited Kim Jong-un and that it was working on setting the time and place for the meeting.