China:North Korean Leader On State Visit

the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, DPRK (North Korea), is visiting the country from January 7-10,2019. A spokes person for the International Department of the Communist Party of China, CPC Central Committee, made the disclosure in the capital, Beijing.

 

 

The visit is at the invitation of Xi Jinping,General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee and Chinese President. The DPRK leader and wife, Ri Sol-ju, arrived in China by train through the borderxtown of Dandong. British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC said Kim is thought toxbe accompanied by several leading North Korean officials.

The visit is at the invitation of Xi Jinping, General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee and Chinese President. The DPRK leader and wife, Ri Sol-ju, arrived in China by train through the border town of Dandong. British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC said Kim is thought tobe accompanied by several leading North Korean officials.

Kim Jong-un in his New Year speech lastweek said he was committed to denuclearisation, but warned that he would change course if US sanctions remained.Trump told reporters in Washington DC that “good dialogue” was going onwith North Korea, but sanctions against Pyongyang would remain in place.Progress in talks has slowed down considerably since Kim and Trump heldtheir historic meeting in Singapore on June 12, 2018 during which both parties pledged to denuclearise the Korean Peninsula. China is North Korea’s important diplomatic ally and one of its main sources of trade and aid.

According to Harry J Kazianis, Director of Defence Studies at the Centre for the National Interest, Washington DC, US, the DPRK leader is keen to remind theTrump administration that he has privileged diplomatic and economic options with Beijing, apart what from America and South Korea can offer, BBC said.

 

 

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Chinese media on January 8, 2019reported that Kim Jong un, Chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea and Chairman of the State Affairs Commissionof the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, DPRK (North Korea), is visiting the country from January 7-10,2019. A spokes person for the International Department of the Communist Party of China, CPC Central Committee, made the disclosure in the capital, Beijing.

The visit is at the invitation of Xi Jinping,General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee and Chinese President. The DPRK leader and wife, Ri Sol-ju, arrived in China by train through the borderxtown of Dandong. British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC said Kim is thought toxbe accompanied by several leading North Korean officials.

The visit is at the invitation of Xi Jinping, General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee and Chinese President. The DPRK leader and wife, Ri Sol-ju, arrived in China by train through the border town of Dandong. British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC said Kim is thought tobe accompanied by several leading North Korean officials.

Kim Jong-un in his New Year speech lastweek said he was committed to denuclearisation, but warned that he would change course if US sanctions remained.Trump told reporters in Washington DC that “good dialogue” was going onwith North Korea, but sanctions against Pyongyang would remain in place.Progress in talks has slowed down considerably since Kim and Trump heldtheir historic meeting in Singapore on June 12, 2018 during which both parties pledged to denuclearise the Korean Peninsula. China is North Korea’s important diplomatic ally and one of its main sources of trade and aid.

According to Harry J Kazianis, Director of Defence Studies at the Centre for the National Interest, Washington DC, US, the DPRK leader is keen to remind theTrump administration that he has privileged diplomatic and economic options with Beijing, apart what from America and South Korea can offer, BBC said.

 

 

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the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, DPRK (North Korea), is visiting the country from January 7-10,2019. A spokes person for the International Department of the Communist Party of China, CPC Central Committee, made the disclosure in the capital, Beijing.

 

The visit is at the invitation of Xi Jinping,General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee and Chinese President. The DPRK leader and wife, Ri Sol-ju, arrived in China by train through the borderxtown of Dandong. British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC said Kim is thought toxbe accompanied by several leading North Korean officials.

The visit is at the invitation of Xi Jinping, General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee and Chinese President. The DPRK leader and wife, Ri Sol-ju, arrived in China by train through the border town of Dandong. British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC said Kim is thought tobe accompanied by several leading North Korean officials.

Kim Jong-un in his New Year speech lastweek said he was committed to denuclearisation, but warned that he would change course if US sanctions remained.Trump told reporters in Washington DC that “good dialogue” was going onwith North Korea, but sanctions against Pyongyang would remain in place.Progress in talks has slowed down considerably since Kim and Trump heldtheir historic meeting in Singapore on June 12, 2018 during which both parties pledged to denuclearise the Korean Peninsula. China is North Korea’s important diplomatic ally and one of its main sources of trade and aid.

According to Harry J Kazianis, Director of Defence Studies at the Centre for the National Interest, Washington DC, US, the DPRK leader is keen to remind theTrump administration that he has privileged diplomatic and economic options with Beijing, apart what from America and South Korea can offer, BBC said.

 

 

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Chinese media on January 8, 2019reported that Kim Jong un, Chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea and Chairman of the State Affairs Commissionof the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, DPRK (North Korea), is visiting the country from January 7-10,2019. A spokes person for the International Department of the Communist Party of China, CPC Central Committee, made the disclosure in the capital, Beijing.

The visit is at the invitation of Xi Jinping,General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee and Chinese President. The DPRK leader and wife, Ri Sol-ju, arrived in China by train through the borderxtown of Dandong. British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC said Kim is thought toxbe accompanied by several leading North Korean officials.

The visit is at the invitation of Xi Jinping, General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee and Chinese President. The DPRK leader and wife, Ri Sol-ju, arrived in China by train through the border town of Dandong. British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC said Kim is thought tobe accompanied by several leading North Korean officials.

Kim Jong-un in his New Year speech lastweek said he was committed to denuclearisation, but warned that he would change course if US sanctions remained.Trump told reporters in Washington DC that “good dialogue” was going onwith North Korea, but sanctions against Pyongyang would remain in place.Progress in talks has slowed down considerably since Kim and Trump heldtheir historic meeting in Singapore on June 12, 2018 during which both parties pledged to denuclearise the Korean Peninsula. China is North Korea’s important diplomatic ally and one of its main sources of trade and aid.

According to Harry J Kazianis, Director of Defence Studies at the Centre for the National Interest, Washington DC, US, the DPRK leader is keen to remind theTrump administration that he has privileged diplomatic and economic options with Beijing, apart what from America and South Korea can offer, BBC said.