China president Xi Jinping and North Korea leader Kin Jong Un

North Korean described the relations between two neighbors, China and North Korea as 'invincible'.

Iran Press/ Asia: As China president Xi Jinping wrapped up his highly symbolic two-day visit to North Korea, Pyongyang lauded its ties with historic ally Beijing, on Friday.

Kim Jong Un told the Chinese president that his visit was an opportunity to demonstrate 'the immutability and invincibility of the DPRK-China friendship before the world', the KCNA news agency reported, using the abbreviation of North Korea's official name.

This is while, both countries facing deadlock in their negotiations with US President Donald Trump.

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"At a time when serious and complicated changes are happening in international and regional situations, KCNA said, the two leaders agreed to promote close strategic communication and develop their common interests."

Xi is the first Chinese president to visit North Korea in 14 years - a period in which Pyongyang has carried out five nuclear tests and launched missiles capable of reaching the entire US mainland. 213/207

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