Russia and China attempt to rein in North Korea
Russia and China have urged North Korea to halt ballistic-missile tests and return to talks on its nuclear program. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi issued the appeal following talks in Moscow on March 11.
The two met a day after North Korea defied the United Nations by firing two short-range ballistic missiles into the sea.
Just prior to the joint Russian-Chinese statement, North Korean official media said leader Kim Jong Un had watched a ballistic-missile test launch and ordered the country to improve its nuclear attack capability by conducting more tests.
This entry was posted in China, DPRK Government, Uncategorized by Grant Montgomery.