USA and China will create a direct hot line to exchange information about the situation around the DPRK. The corresponding agreement was reached during talks between the two leaders Donald trump and President XI Jinping in Beijing November 9, 2017, according to Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun, citing sources in the administration of the United States.
The hotline will connect the headquarters of the U.S. army in South Korea, located in Seoul, and the headquarters of the Northern zone of the military command of the PRC in the Chinese Shenyang.
It is noted that a direct link between the American and Chinese military will be a addition to periodic meetings of representatives of the armies and intelligence agencies of the two countries.
In addition, the military and intelligence services of the US and China will exchange data about the development of Pyongyang’s nuclear and ballistic missiles, as well as information on the impact of sanctions on the North Korean economy.
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According to sources, the exchange of data between Washington and Beijing will also address the issue of preserving nuclear Arsenal of North Korea and the potential problem of refugees from that country, if war with North Korea occur or the regime of Kim Jong-UN will fall.
On 22 December 2017, the UN security Council unanimously adopted a resolution imposing new sanctions against North Korea.
Official Pyongyang said the new sanctions “was tantamount to an act of war and complete economic blockade.”
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