Media: China has asked the United States to give him 100 days to exert pressure on North Korea
The Chinese side, in particular, pointed to the possibility of imposing restrictions on remittances and on oil supplies to the DPRK.
TOKYO, may 22. /Offset. TASS Vasily Golovnin/. Chinese President XI Jinping at the meeting with the President of the United States Donald trump in early April, asked Washington for 100 days not to take tough unilateral action against North Korea. During this time, Beijing promised their funds to achieve policy changes in Pyongyang, reports Japanese newspaper the Asahi, citing Japanese and us sources.
At the meeting with the Chinese President at the trump, according to them, reminded that 90% of foreign trade of the DPRK comes from China. This gives the Beijing, according to the Washington powerful leverage over Pyongyang. If they are not used, advised the trump, the United States unilaterally imposed sanctions against major Chinese companies, including financial, which cooperate with the DPRK. They will not be allowed, as the newspaper notes, dealing with American banks and corporations that will make the Chinese economy a heavy blow.
In response, XI Jinping asked for 100 days to put pressure on Pyongyang. Hand, according to Asahi, also agreed that “in the case of new major provocation” by the DPRK will take against her unilateral drastic measures.
According to the publication, China, in particular, pointed to the possibility of imposing restrictions on remittances and on oil supplies to the DPRK.
A period of 100 days, the newspaper said, expires in July, when in Germany at the summit of the group of twenty potential new leaders meeting of China and the United States. The DPRK, like the newspaper, shows some signs of restraint — there is, in particular, is not carried out until a new, the sixth nuclear test.
Meanwhile, Pyongyang carried out on Sunday the launch of a strategic ballistic missile Pukgukson-2 medium-range missiles. As reported by news Agency KCNA, the launch was chaired by the leader of the DPRK Kim Jong-UN. He was pleased with the result, “ordered to start serial production of missiles designed for strategic forces of the country,” the Agency noted.
UN security Council resolutions prohibit the DPRK any activity associated with the development of nuclear weapons and their means of delivery, however, Pyongyang these documents do not recognize, arguing that the country has every right to strengthen the defense capability amid the hostile policy of Washington.