The official representative of the foreign Ministry of China, Lu Kang has denied media reports that Beijing has asked Washington’s 100 days of grace for the economic impact on Pyongyang, reports Sputnik International Wednesday, may 24.
“This information is untrue”, — said the diplomat.
On Monday, the Japanese newspaper “Asahi” said that it was about a 100-day delay was in April at the meeting of the American leader Donald trump with the President of China XI Jinping.
Washington insists on imposing tougher sanctions against Pyongyang, while 90 percent of the turnover of foreign trade of the DPRK comes from China. The US threatened to curtail business with Chinese companies associated with North Korea. In response, Beijing allegedly asked hundred-day reprieve to influence the DPRK authorities.
The situation on the Korean Peninsula is one of the most intense topics of international politics. It was reported that Washington is ready to launch a preemptive strike on North Korean military targets if Pyongyang decides on yet another nuclear test. In response, the DPRK said that in this case, yourself carry out a preemptive strike.
Later, the US said that they intend to provide to the DPRK diplomatic and sanctions pressure, but also to attract China to get Pyongyang to abandon missile and nuclear programs.