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Xi Jinping vows to strengthen ties with DPRK to promote ‘regional and global peace’


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Xi Jinping vows to strengthen ties with DPRK to promote ‘regional and global peace’

Xi Jinping vows to strengthen ties with DPRK to promote ‘regional and global peace’

Pyongyang has carried out at least 27 missile tests so far in 2022 amid failed normalization talks with Seoul and exercises near its borders by the… 26.11.2022, Sputnik International

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Chinese President Xi Jinping expressed Beijing’s intention to continue to strengthen relations with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. in a telegram in response to a letter sent by the latter in October congratulating Xi on his re-election as general secretary of the Communist Party of China. The message stressed the “common understanding” between Beijing and Pyongyang on important issues, including “the course of political settlement” on the Korean peninsula and the need to safeguard “peace and stability in the region and the rest of the world”. Xi expressed China’s willingness “to make new proactive contributions to providing the people of the two countries with excellent well-being, the development of the socialist cause of the two countries, and the promotion of peace and stability.” regional and global, development and prosperity on the Korean peninsula have intensified dramatically over the past year and a half, the personal connection that Kim Jong-un had established with his American and South Korean counterparts Donald Trump and Moon Jae-in having disappeared after the pair left office in January 2021 and May 2022, respectively, and were replaced by leaders with a more belligerent approach st of the DPRK. Chilling ties led to a resumption of large-scale South Korean, US and Japanese exercises near North Korea’s land borders and coasts, and prompted Pyongyang to step up missile testing activities. the parties will remain committed to seeking a political settlement and address each other’s concerns in a balanced manner. On Monday, US Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield accused China and Russia of crippling the Security Council’s ability to respond to Pyongyang’s missile launches with new sanctions, accusing the two countries of “obstructionism and putting Northeast Asia and the world at risk. Russia’s deputy representative to the UN, Anna Evstigneeva, dismissed the claims, telling Moscow “deep regret[s] that our Western colleagues have consistently ignored repeated calls from Pyongyang for the United States to cease its hostile activities. 2011. The two countries share a long and rich history. The People’s Republic came to the aid of its neighbor during the Korean War of 1950-1953, repelling a US-led coalition of forces and resulting in a decades-long ceasefire enforced to this day. The two countries separated during the Cold War when North Korea established closer ties with the USSR. In the 1980s, the country developed its own brand of socialism, known as Juche, which focused on political, economic and military autonomy and independence from foreign institutions and blocs. In the 1990s and 2000s, Chinese sponsorship helped the DPRK resist international isolation and threats of aggression from Washington. However, China has applied international sanctions against Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program, balancing its diplomatic support for the DPRK with its strong economic ties and warming relationship with Seoul.

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Pyongyang has carried out at least 27 missile tests so far in 2022 amid failed normalization talks with Seoul and drills near its borders by South Korean, US and Japanese forces. China called on all parties to address each other’s concerns through dialogue.

Chinese President Xi Jinping expressed Beijing’s intention to continue to strengthen relations with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

“The changes in the world, times and history are now unfolding in an unprecedented manner,” Xi told North Korea’s Kim Jong-un in a telegram in response to a letter sent by the latter in October congratulating Xi on his re-election as general secretary. of the Chinese Communist Party.

The message stressed the “common understanding” between Beijing and Pyongyang on important issues, including “the course of political settlement” on the Korean Peninsula and the need to safeguard “peace and stability in the region and the rest of the world. “.

Xi expressed China’s willingness “to make new and proactive contributions to provide the people of the two countries with excellent well-being, give impetus to the development of the socialist cause of the two countries, and promote peace and regional and global stability, development and prosperity”.

Kim Jong-un congratulates Xi Jinping on his re-election for a third term
Tensions on the Korean peninsula have escalated dramatically over the past year and a half, with Kim Jong-un’s personal rapport with his American and South Korean counterparts Donald Trump and Moon Jae-in fading after the departure of the two men. in January 2021 and May 2022, respectively, and were replaced by leaders with a more hawkish approach to the DPRK.

The chill in relations has led to the resumption of large-scale South Korean, U.S. and Japanese exercises near North Korea’s land borders and coasts, and prompted Pyongyang to step up missile testing activities.

Last week, after Pyongyang fired a long-range missile capable of hitting any point in the continental United States, the Chinese Foreign Ministry called for dialogue to resolve tensions and stressed that Beijing hopes that “all parties will remain committed to seeking a political settlement, and addressing each other’s concerns in a balanced manner. »

On Monday, US Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield accused China and Russia of crippling the Security Council’s ability to respond to Pyongyang’s missile launches with new sanctions, accusing the two countries of ” obstructionism” and putting Northeast Asia and the world in danger.

Kim Yo Jong, deputy director of the Department of Information and Publicity of the Workers' Party of Korea - Sputnik International, 1920, 24.11.2022

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Russia’s deputy representative to the UN, Anna Evstigneeva, dismissed the claims and said Moscow “deeply regrets[s] that our Western colleagues have consistently ignored Pyongyang’s repeated calls to the United States to cease its hostile activities.

China’s Xi and Kim held three summits between 2018 and 2019, with the North Korean evidently choosing China for his first overseas trip as leader since taking power in 2011.

The two countries share a long and rich history. The People’s Republic came to the aid of its neighbor during the Korean War of 1950-1953, repelling a US-led coalition of forces and resulting in a decades-long ceasefire enforced to this day. The two countries separated during the Cold War when North Korea established closer ties with the USSR. In the 1980s, the country developed its own brand of socialism, known as Juche, which focused on political, economic and military autonomy and independence from foreign institutions and blocs. In the 1990s and 2000s, Chinese sponsorship helped the DPRK resist international isolation and threats of aggression from Washington. However, China has applied international sanctions against Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program, balancing its diplomatic support for the DPRK with its strong economic ties and warming relationship with Seoul.

A submarine-launched ballistic missile is displayed in Kim Il Sung Square during a military parade in Pyongyang, North Korea, April 15, 2017, to celebrate the 105th birth anniversary of Kim Il Sung, the late founder of the country and grandfather of current leader Kim Jong UN.  - Sputnik International, 1920, 20.11.2022

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