It is reported by the Wall Street Journal that the country China has increased its defense along its border with the North Korea. And the country is ready to tackle any threat or crises.
China’s city Beijing has increased scrutiny of the border and also the “combat readiness-level big data disaster recovery center” according to the report of the newspaper from Beijing. The journal also reported that the military of the China has accompanied maneuvers and moved units from other regions.
These steps taken by China is equal to the Donald Trump remarks that he is seeing military deed to control Pyongyang’s nuclear determinations and he also said that Beijing should take more steps than him to tackle this situation. This is reported in the journal.
The US President Donald Trump has the admiration for the Chinese President Xi Jinping but the country North Korea missile program has created a situation of stress and threat in the world’s two largest economies.
The Chinese company in the previous month was smacked consents by the Treasury Department and two of the citizens with connections to the North Korea. The reason behind this move was just to show that as a diplomatic state this is the responsibility of the China to apply ambassadorial responsibility for the nation which is lonely.
To make the situation of the North Korea better the government of the China increases its existence along the border of the North Korea. This is the country which has the hope that the concerns of the North Korea can be stable politically or diplomatically.
China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman, Mr. Lu Kang said on Monday: “China always maintains that military options shall never be considered to resolve the Korean Peninsula issue, because force will in no way settle disputes, but will only bring greater suffering, unbearable to all.”
“A war more serious in terms of human suffering than anything we have seen since 1953,” it is said by the four-star general of U.S.
Well, the disputes and tensions are also resolved by the U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis in June told Congress that U.S. is “exhausting all possible diplomatic efforts to avoid what would be a “catastrophic war.”