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China says it has ‘zero contact’ with North Korea in military sphere
11:58, 9 July 2017
China says it has ‘zero contact’ with North Korea in military sphere

China shows solidarity with the international community on the need to comply with UN resolutions in relation to DPRK

11:58, 9 July 2017

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Senior Chinese military officer Colonel Zhou Bo in an exclusive interview said China has has ‘zero contact’ with North Korea and has ‘no intention’ to use force in the South China Sea. This was reported by Channel NewsAsia.

“In the past we did, we had a lot of contact and exchanges. I think this reflects a kind of change in our relationship for the reasons known to all,” he said.

“China is right now united with the international community to seriously honor UN resolutions, and we hope we eventually may find a solution to these problems," he noted.

“I believe China has always made its position clear to DPRK, that it's in its own interests to pursue denuclearization for the stability of the Korean peninsula. But the situation right now seems to be too chaotic, because of so many issues. Because of the THAAD system,” he said.

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