China’s top diplomat begins three-day visit to North Korea

China’s top diplomat begins three-day visit to North Korea


Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi arrived
in Pyongyang Monday to hold talks with his North Korean counterpart another
latest visit comes amid speculation that the two sides could discuss a possible
visit to China by North Korean leader Kim jong-un the US meanwhile says it’ll
continue to closely coordinate with China regarding this visit our Eason Jay
has this full story after leaving Beijing International
Airport on Monday afternoon Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi arrived in
Pyongyang later in the day to meet with his North Korean counterpart during his
three-day stay in the North Korean capital the visit comes as the Chinese
foreign ministry announced last week that the two sides will take follow-up
steps to advance their relationship state councilor and foreign minister
Wang Yi’s visit this time is to implement the consensus reached between
our two countries China and North Korea and an important follow-up step in
advancing our bilateral relationship during the visit
state councilor Wang Yi will hold talks with foreign minister Lee young-ho a
source in Beijing also said Wang could meet the North Korean leader during his
stay raising further speculation that Kim
jong-un could visit China in return for Chinese President Xi Jinping’s trip to
Pyongyang in June speaking with seoul-based Yonhap news agency a US
State Department official says the US will continue to closely coordinate with
China but did not elaborate further Wang’s visit comes as Pyongyang has been
ramping up its criticism of Washington amid a prolonged impasse in their
nuclear talks u.s. president Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim
jong-un agreed during their June 30th meeting at the DMZ to restart
negotiations shortly but the talks have yet to happen China North Korea’s only
major ally an economic benefactor is seen as holding influence over Pyongyang
including through its enforcement of UN Security Council sanctions on the regime
easing Jay Arirang news

4 thoughts on “China’s top diplomat begins three-day visit to North Korea

  1. Just currently,if China someday has been collapsed like USSR back to 90s,will South Korea and North Korea be reunited like west Germany and east Germany did back to 90s?

  2. The mass murdering NK troll swapping spit with the mass murdering CCP organ harvester, WTF. They deserve each other but the world would best be rid of both these oxygen thieves.

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