North Korea state media release photos of Kim at potato farm after Pompeo visit

North Korea state media release photos of Kim at potato farm after Pompeo visit

North Korean state media released a series of photos of Kim Jong Un visiting a potato farm, suggesting he may have opted to visit the farm instead of meeting with Secretary of State Mike PompeoMichael (Mike) Richard PompeoSenate GOP attempts to wave Trump off second Putin summit Graham would consider US-Russia military coordination in Syria White House: Trump 'disagrees' with Putin's request to question Americans MORE.

KCNA, the official North Korean news agency, put out several detailed reports about Kim’s trip, according to multiple reports.

While the agency usually reports on Kim’s activities, several outlets, including CBS News, reported that the photos of the visit to the Junghung potato farm were far more in-depth than usual.

KCNA did not note when exactly the trip took place.

The photos come after several tense exchanges between North Korea and Pompeo following his visit, which was meant to shore up details of the agreement signed by Kim and President TrumpDonald John TrumpNFL freezes policy barring players from protesting during anthem McConnell spokesman on Putin visit: 'There is no invitation from Congress' Petition urges University of Virginia not to hire Marc Short MORE at the close of their summit last month.

Pompeo met with several North Korean officials, but not with Kim.

North Korea said after the follow-up talks that the meetings with Pompeo were “regrettable,” and accused the U.S. of using “gangster-like” tactics to push denuclearization.

Pompeo pushed back on the accusations, saying, “If those requests were gangster-like, the world is a gangster” and saying that progress was made during the talks.

Trump tweeted Monday that he was confident that Kim would honor the agreement, which committed the U.S. to unspecified security guarantees for the country in exchange for a denuclearized Korean Peninsula.