Kim Back in China For Advice on The Donald

“We’re serious about working with you for what we think is your real ambition — to be a wealthy East Asian country.”

North Korea’s Kim Jong Un makes second China visit for talks with Xi Jinping

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and China’s Xi Jinping held a two-day meeting this week in the northeastern Chinese city of Dalian.

According to China’s official Xinhua news agency, Xi and Kim discussed bilateral issues, with the Chinese president expressing his support of a historic planned meeting between Kim and US President Donald Trump. According to Xinhua, Kim was quoted as telling Xi he hoped that all parties involved in the denuclearization efforts would take “phased” and “synchronized” measures to ensure lasting peace on the Korean peninsula.

“So long as relevant parties eliminate hostile policies and security threats toward North Korea, North Korea has no need for nuclear (capacity), and denuclearization can be realized,” Chinese media cited Kim as saying.


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