China Aims To Ease Tensions Between North Korea And South KoreaNovember 28th, 2010 - 10:11 pm ICT by GD
By Gina Gomez
Beijing, Nov 28, (THAINDIAN NEWS) The tension between both Korean nations has increased leaps and bounds after North Korea has again threatened further attacks on South Korea. Last week, Cheong Wa Dae, the spokesperson of China said that U.S. President Barack Obama had a telephonic conversation with President Lee Myung-bak on Wednesday where the former said that China should also take a firm stance on North Korea over the attack. On Sunday, China has announced that it has called an emergency meeting to discuss the matter about disarmament of North Korea. The nation wants to have a six party talk regarding the major issues of Korean disputes.
Wu Dawei, China’s top envoy said in a press conference that China is aiming to solve a series of complications which has emerged on Korean Peninsula. The Chinese envoy announced on behalf of Chinese government that the six-party talks would play an important role to strengthen communication among all the parties and in this process the nations can advance “denuclearization” on the Korean peninsula which would safeguard stability and peace on Northeast Asia. The six-party would include China, United States of America, Russia, Japan, South Korea and North Korea. Though the envoy did not mention any date but he said that the head of all the delegations are expected to meet on the first week of December.
Wu Dewai said that the nations would meet, discuss about the matter and give their own suggestions to restore peace and harmony in the Korean nations. However, North Korea’s officials have threatened that they would counter attack mercilessly if they find any other nation intruding in their territory in the near future. To stop this war, all the nations have voiced their concern and the six-party talks might restore harmony once again, media outlets report.
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