The Chinese regime asked North Korea to promote stability in the region after US warnings

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The North Korean dictator has carried out a record wave of missile launches in recent weeks, raising fears over his seventh nuclear test, which would be his first since 2017

The ré Chinese gimen asked North Korea to promote stability in the region after US warnings

Following US warnings, the Chinese regime asked North Korea to promote stability in the region. (REUTERS)

The Chinese regime of, Xi Jinping, conveyed to the North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-un, its desire to strengthen bilateral ties, to which he attaches “great importance”, according to a letter reported this Saturday by the official Pyongyang media.

Xi's message was sent days after North Korea fired an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), after warning it would respond to alleged US nuclear threats with its own weapons.

Xi said in the message that China stands ready to work with the North for “peace, stability, development and prosperity in the region and the world”, reported the official North Korean news agency KCNA.

The Chinese ruler referred in the message to the “changes in the world, the Times and history are occurring in unprecedented ways,” the news agency KCNA,

said.North Korea has carried out a record wave of missile launches in recent weeks, raising fears that it plans to carry out its seventh nuclear test, which would be the first since 2017.

The Chinese regime asked North Korea to promote stability in the region after the US warnings< /p>North Korea has carried out a record wave of missile launches in recent weeks, raising fears that it plans to carry out its seventh nuclear test, which would be its first since 2017. (REUTERS)

Shortly before the launch of the ICBM, Xi held talks with US President Joe Bidenon the sidelines of the G20 summit in Bali, telling him that Beijing does not want an escalation of war caused by Pyongyang.

Biden called on Xi to use his influence to contain North Korean warmongeringo.

The missile launched on November 18 appeared to be North Korea's newest ICBM and is capable of reaching the continental United States.

North Korea faces multiple international sanctions for its ballistics and nuclear programs.

< p class="paragraph">China is North Korea's main trading partner, with more than 90% of the reclusive and impoverished country's trade.

This Thursday, Kim Yo Jong, The powerful sister of North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un, made insult-laden threats against South Korea for calling for unilateral sanctions against North Korea >, describing the new South Korean president and his government as “idiots” and “maroon dogs who live on bones provided by the United States.”

Chinese regime asked North Korea to promote stability in the region after US warnings

Kim Yo Jong, the powerful sister of North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un, made insult-laden threats against South Korea for calling for unilateral sanctions against North Korea, describing the new South Korean president and his government as “idiots” and ” wild dogs that live on bones given by the United States.” (REUTERS)

Kim Yo Jong launched his verbal attack two days after the South Korean Foreign Ministry said it was considering additional unilateral sanctions against Korea del Norte for his recent series of missile tests. The ministry said it will also consider sanctions and restrictions for alleged North Korean cyberattacks — a new source of funding for its weapons program — if the Kim Jong Un regime carries out a further provocation. , like a nuclear test.

“I don't know what and how the South Korean cronies who are nothing more than wild dogs who they support with bones given by the United States”, Kim Yo Jong said in a statement carried by the state press.

He described the new South Korean president Yoon Suk Yeol< /b> and his conservative government as “idiots” who continue to create a dangerous situation. He added that Seoul was “not our target when Moon Jae-in — Yoon's liberal predecessor who sought reconciliation with North Korea — was in power.”

( With information from AFP and EFE)

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