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Xi Jinping: China will not allow the outbreak of war on the Korean Peninsula

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The Chinese authorities will not allow war and chaos on the Korean Peninsula, such a scenario is not in the interests of "either side," reports TASS statement of the Chinese leader Xi Jinping.


Xi Jinping: China will not allow the outbreak of war on the Korean Peninsula


“We will not allow war and chaos to break out on the Korean Peninsula. This situation does not satisfy the interests of either side, ”said the PRC Chairman at a meeting on confidence-building measures in Asia.

"China fully complies with the provisions of the UN Security Council resolution on the DPRK, and is also making efforts to resolve the situation," he stressed.

"We stand for the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, for maintaining peace and stability in the region, for solving the problem through dialogue," Xi Jinping said.

The agency recalls that in early March the UN Security Council adopted a resolution to toughen sanctions against the DPRK in connection with the ongoing nuclear and missile tests there. The document, in particular, provides for a "ban on imports from the country of coal, iron ore, titanium, vanadium, gold and other valuable metals, as well as an embargo on the supply of aviation and rocket fuel there" and a number of other measures.
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  1. tiredwithall
    tiredwithall April 28 2016 15: 04
    +1
    "We will not allow war and chaos to break out on the Korean Peninsula."
    And let them poke around.

    "The agency recalls that the UN Security Council in early March adopted a resolution on toughening sanctions against the DPRK. The document, in particular, provides for" a ban on imports from the country of coal, iron ore, titanium, vanadium, gold and other precious metals ... "
    Interestingly, is China seriously observing the embargo?

    "We are in favor of the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula,"
    Can start denuclearization from the USA, UK, France, Israel?
    1. oleg-gr
      oleg-gr April 28 2016 15: 05
      +2
      The Chinese decided to restrain their proteges from the DPRK?
      1. jjj
        jjj April 28 2016 15: 08
        +11
        China says that in this region it is necessary to speak on the topic of military operations with it. This is what they say to the states
        1. cniza
          cniza April 28 2016 15: 27
          +9
          Quote: jjj
          China says that in this region it is necessary to speak on the topic of military operations with it. This is what they say to the states


          And they’re not just saying, but warning - this is our zone of influence and you have nothing to do here.
          1. Vend
            Vend April 28 2016 15: 30
            0
            Quote: cniza
            Quote: jjj
            China says that in this region it is necessary to speak on the topic of military operations with it. This is what they say to the states


            And they’re not just saying, but warning - this is our zone of influence and you have nothing to do here.

            They squeeze the USA out of this zone and do it right. What else is left there? East and Africa. I wonder who is drawn against the United States?
            1. gray smeet
              gray smeet April 28 2016 15: 36
              +5
              Quote: Wend
              What else is left there? East and Africa. I wonder who is drawn against the United States?


              While there is no one, there will appear, if only the "beast" (USA) dies, then everyone will consider it an honor to kick the dying cattle, thereby showing their heroism.
              1. Talgat
                Talgat April 29 2016 19: 16
                0
                "We will not allow war and chaos to break out on the Korean Peninsula. Such a situation does not satisfy the interests of any of the parties," the PRC President said.

                Yes - does not satisfy the interests of any party - except one: USA

                Quote: oleg-gr
                The Chinese decided to restrain their proteges from the DPRK?

                No, I think the message is addressed to the aggressors.

                But the DPRK is indeed a protege of both the PRC and the Russian Federation — for they are vital for the balance of forces in the Far East. Nothing has changed since the days of Stalin and Mao - until now, the front between the US and Russia with China passes along the border between Korea
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      2. atalef
        atalef April 28 2016 15: 43
        +2
        Quote: oleg-gr
        The Chinese decided to restrain their proteges from the DPRK?

        Exactly .
        Because this half-witted bobblehead seems to have lifted everyone.
        Therefore, all the latest resolutions of the UN Security Council (against the DPRK) were put forward primarily by China.
        1. Knizhnik
          Knizhnik April 28 2016 16: 13
          +4
          There is also another side of this statement - "but we will not allow the DPRK to wet it." The DPRK is provoking, and the resolutions warn against striking.
      3. Weyland
        Weyland April 28 2016 21: 45
        +1
        Quote: oleg-gr
        The Chinese decided to restrain their proteges from the DPRK?


        Rather, the N-Dos proteges from South Korea smile
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    3. Stalker.1977
      Stalker.1977 April 28 2016 15: 12
      +1
      China needed to say something for anyone, and it seems like the sheep are full and the wolves are safe .... And as for China's compliance with the UN Security Council decision, there is an unsolvable eastern mystery)))
      1. CORNET
        CORNET April 28 2016 15: 38
        0
        “We will not allow war and chaos to erupt on the Korean peninsula. Such a situation does not satisfy the interests of either side ”
        Itself is not profitable except for the United States ... And they pour gasoline there, it remains only to throw a lit match and watch from the side .. And the batch there will be tough using all types of weapons of mass destruction. God forbid!
        1. gray smeet
          gray smeet April 28 2016 15: 46
          +2
          Quote: CORNET
          And the batch there will be tough with the use of all types of weapons of mass destruction. God forbid!


          I beg you ... There will not be any batch. Each of the participants in this action knows their role well and plays it, sometimes one of the participants replays and then we see a hot phase ... Study, according to the documents, all the events of the last 25 years and you will see a certain pattern in all "Korean" processes .. ... hi
        2. atalef
          atalef April 28 2016 15: 54
          -3
          Quote: CORNET
          . And the batch there will be tough with the use of all types of weapons of mass destruction. God forbid!

          There will be no kneading there, since the chances of S. Korea are zero.
          Slowly, this is starting to bother China, in addition to the fall of the exchange and the slowdown of the economy, they still do not have enough war at hand.
          China will block the last supply routes and we will see, on the contrary, how a smile slides down from the pancake face of Un and he begins to lose weight (which is not entirely bad).
          S. Korea has no chance, she won’t be able to fight alone, and South Korea, Japan, the United States and the allies will completely smear their army.
          Of course, it is highly probable that Seoul will be destroyed, it’s close to the border through Chur and Yun’s Gradov is not measured, but this will not end all of Seoul, but to drive S. Korea into the Stone Age is not long.
          Nobody will capture them, they will systematically bomb .... and that's it.
          1. gray smeet
            gray smeet April 28 2016 16: 00
            +4
            Quote: atalef

            Nobody will capture them, they will systematically bomb .... and that's it.


            If there was a need to expand North Korea, 1996-98 could be done without any problems .... Three years to prepare for the invasion is a rather long time ...
            1. atalef
              atalef April 28 2016 16: 06
              +2
              Quote: gray smeet
              If there was a need to expand North Korea, 1996-98 could be done without any problems .... Three years to prepare for the invasion is a rather long time ...

              But why?
              Let them live and suffer.
            2. Knizhnik
              Knizhnik April 28 2016 16: 15
              +2
              One of the consequences is a humanitarian disaster. What to do with refugees?
              1. atalef
                atalef April 28 2016 16: 28
                +1
                Quote: Knizhnik
                One of the consequences is a humanitarian disaster. What to do with refugees?

                Feed, water, shoe and place.
          2. Revolver
            Revolver April 28 2016 16: 15
            0
            Quote: atalef
            Nobody will capture them, they will systematically bomb .... and that's it.

            At the same time, crowds of North Koreans will spit on dear comrade Kim and patriotism, and rush to where they do not bomb and there is a crap ... in China. Does China need it?
            By the way, the Russian Federation also has a piece of the border with the DPRK, and they will also break there. Borders there is nothing at all and yet
            Quote: anecdote of late perestroika times
            Announcement: Buy or rent 3 meters of the state border. Expensive.
            And there more than 3 meterslol
            1. atalef
              atalef April 28 2016 16: 27
              +1
              Quote: Nagan
              By the way, the Russian Federation also has a piece of the border with the DPRK, and they will also break there. Borders there is nothing at all and yet

              14km kind of like, it's 20 thousand in a row.
              40 rows wink have time to cross the border, where so much kimchi to collect
          3. gladcu2
            gladcu2 April 28 2016 17: 44
            +4
            atalef

            Who should North Korea fight against? And who will fight against North Korea? For what?

            Tension between the two Koreas is necessary to destabilize the region, to control the hegemon of the states there.

            China, stating that it will not allow war, puts the hegemon in an uncomfortable position.
          4. nerd.su
            nerd.su April 28 2016 20: 45
            +1
            Quote: atalef
            since the chances of S. Korea are zero.

            Quote: atalef
            S. Korea has no chance, she won’t be able to fight alone, and South Korea, Japan, the United States and the allies will completely smear their army.

            South Korea’s chances with allies are also null, without allies - generally controversial. China clearly said that it would not allow war. China does not need a united Korea, no matter who wins. Well, maybe just like the new province of China. For Russia, a united Korea for economic reasons is better under the flag of southerners. This is what a gas market will appear! But, for political reasons, we also do not need a united Korea, why do we need increased US influence with the victory of the southerners or China with the victory of the northerners? In general, continental neighbors do not need a united Korea. I agree - there will be no kneading.

            Quote: atalef
            China will block the last supply routes and we will finally see

            It will not block and we will not see anything. Resolutions to ban trade in DPRK resources by China have been put forward and supported solely because China is becoming the sole buyer of these resources. China is difficult to control, since the calculations will not be in dollars, and the Chinese and North Koreans are able to maintain the state of secrecy. As a result, China receives resources at prices well below market prices. And a much greater influence on the leadership of the DPRK.

            Quote: atalef
            Nobody will capture them, they will systematically bomb .... and that's it.

            Dreams, dreams ... Yes, the air force of the northerners is weak, the air defense is also not so hot, and they will not be enough for a long time. That's why they try to use nuclear and missile programs. Not fools, however.

            But China with its statement dotted and dotted. Nobody will bomb anyone.
          5. Weyland
            Weyland April 28 2016 21: 56
            0
            Quote: atalef
            Slowly, this is starting to bother China, in addition to the fall of the exchange and the slowdown of the economy, they still do not have enough war at hand.


            But for the whole Korean peninsula to lie under the n-dos, the Chinese certainly will not allow it! Rather, they will simply replace Una with a more manageable vassal!
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    4. Revolver
      Revolver April 28 2016 18: 48
      0
      Quote: tiredwithall
      "We are in favor of the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula,"
      Can start denuclearization from the USA, UK, France, Israel?

      From India and Pakistan.
      The USA, Great Britain, France, as well as the Russian Federation and China, joined the "nuclear club" before the nonproliferation regime. By the way, the "nuclear club" and permanent membership in the Security Council in a strange way coincide exactly, and why?what
      Everyone heard about the Israeli bomb, but no one saw it. request
      Iran, at least formally, agreed to dismantle the nuclear program. And if it turns out that they are tightening with dismantling, then they can help to dismantle it.lol
      But the turkeys, packs, and Kim got a bomb in spite of the non-proliferation regime. So you need to start with them.
      Although it may not be. Let them smash each other to smithereens and half, it will be worse only to them. And the rest of the kagbe is no better.
  2. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter April 28 2016 15: 10
    0
    How will they do it? Are they occupying the DPRK?
    1. vsoltan
      vsoltan April 28 2016 15: 17
      0
      And why not the whole Korean peninsula? The Chinese have their own far-reaching plans. ..
      1. Amurets
        Amurets April 28 2016 15: 41
        +4
        Quote: vsoltan
        And why not the whole Korean peninsula? The Chinese have their own far-reaching plans. ..

        Because China has been pursuing a policy since ancient times: “It’s more profitable to trade than to fight.” With the Republic of Korea, the PRC has good partner relations. With Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il it was possible to agree. Kim Jong-un, apparently, without a king in his head and what he hopes for by pursuing such a reckless policy is unclear.
  3. Amurets
    Amurets April 28 2016 15: 17
    +3
    Nobody needs these DPRK show-offs. What is unintelligible to whom the North Koreans want to prove? If they are good, they would start developing and extracting minerals and developing agricultural production in order to feed the population and get away from sanctions. They won’t understand that much has changed in the world and begin to rebuild the country in the spirit of Den Xiaoping. Both China and the Russian Federation have already reached their traditional allies. , and so the Russian Federation and China were forced to support UN sanctions.
    1. gray smeet
      gray smeet April 28 2016 15: 31
      +5
      Quote: Amurets
      Nobody needs these DPRK show-offs. What is unintelligible to whom the North Koreans want to prove? If they are good, they would start developing and extracting minerals and developing agricultural production in order to feed the population and get away from sanctions. They won’t understand that much has changed in the world and begin to rebuild the country in the spirit of Den Xiaoping. Both China and the Russian Federation have already reached their traditional allies. , and so the Russian Federation and China were forced to support UN sanctions.


      Now fans of Kim Jong-un will catch up, they will smash you to the nines ... do not despair, this is normal for VO.
      from me first + for sound thoughts.
      1. 0255
        0255 April 28 2016 18: 22
        +1
        Quote: gray smeet
        Now fans of Kim Jong-un will catch up, they will smash you to the nines ... do not despair, this is normal for VO.
        from me first + for sound thoughts.

        Wow, many here adore him laughing Moreover, the hungry 90s in Russia are poorly remembered, but when it comes to the poverty of the DPRK, they shout "Kim is handsome, for the sake of such a dude you can starve"
      2. Stanislas
        Stanislas April 30 2016 07: 49
        -1
        Quote: gray smeet
        Fans of kim jong un
        I do not think that it is unacceptable to go personal during a discussion, since often the root of the problem lies not in an abstract judgment about a particular subject, but in the author's personal position in relation to this subject or class of objects, which he does not openly designate. But to declare a priori all those who disagree with you as "fans of Kim Jong-un" is to pour feces on opponents "in advance", even before the first judgment, so that it will already appear in public in a halo of "stupidity from fans of Kim Jong-un." In this regard, I have a question for you: are you so afraid of criticism, or is there just a lot of feces?
  4. Yarik76
    Yarik76 April 28 2016 15: 41
    +2
    Well, they waited - China at least said something articulate, 'and it's time for the DPRK to listen to their older comrades and finish xy --- th study!
    1. Amurets
      Amurets April 28 2016 15: 54
      +1
      Quote: Yarik76
      Well, they waited - China at least said something articulate, 'and it's time for the DPRK to listen to their older comrades and finish xy --- th study!

      China traditionally supported Korea. Together they fought with Japan until 1945. After the division of Korea into North and South, China was not up to Korea, there was its own civil war. Between the Kuomintang and the People’s Army of China. Well and then on the link to the Korean War 1950 -1953 Because the material is too large.
      http://istorja.ru/forums/topic/1141-koreyskaya-voyna-1950-1953/
      1. atalef
        atalef April 28 2016 16: 08
        +2
        Quote: Amurets
        China traditionally supported Korea

        Traditions are changing.
        1. Weyland
          Weyland April 28 2016 22: 03
          0
          Quote: atalef
          Traditions are changing.


          Traditions - yes. Geopolitical interests - no!
        2. Weyland
          Weyland April 28 2016 22: 03
          0
          Quote: atalef
          Traditions are changing.


          Traditions - yes. Geopolitical interests - no!
        3. Stanislas
          Stanislas April 30 2016 08: 24
          0
          Quote: atalef
          Traditions are changing
          In this case, you have nothing to hope for: China traditionally defends its interests, and Kim Jong-un is not at all such a madman as you try to portray him. As pressure on China with US puppets intensifies, Kim begins testing and makes new high-profile statements. China understands that all the fuss of puppets (such as the joint teachings of the United States of Korea, the demarches of the Japanese fleet in the disputed islands, etc.) is directed against him, and not against S. Korea, and it’s clear to Kim that without power China and Russia will see his country soon, possibly a nuclear finale. How Israel makes loud statements against Assad, against Iran, against all who are not pleasing to the United States. And if official quarrels occur between you, then everyone understands: the dear ones scold - they just amuse themselves.
      2. Revolver
        Revolver April 28 2016 16: 29
        +1
        Quote: Amurets
        After the division of Korea into North and South, China was not up to Korea, there was its own civil war. Between the Kuomintang and the People’s Army of China.

        In which a significant role was played by the tank brigades of Kim the Elder. Unlike the Chinese, the Koreans were poorly equipped (thanks to Stalin) and at least somehow trained (thanks again to Stalin, who sent instructors to them). And the combat experience that they gained in China, then allowed them to smash the South Korean army in half and seize almost all of Korea.
        If not for the American landing, there would be only one Korea, Kimovskaya. And to hell we could all buy Samsung, LG, and Hyundai.
        1. atalef
          atalef April 28 2016 16: 35
          +1
          Quote: Nagan
          . And to hell we could all buy Samsung, LG, and Hyundai.

          Sadness. sad
          1. Bath
            Bath April 28 2016 17: 41
            0
            Yeah, but about the fact that DPRK our ally didn’t remember anyone, they don’t leave friends, well, it’s not about our current government, by the way, a new reshuffle of the armed forces rejoice Russian people and not very --- The arrest of the debtor’s only apartment is legal, if this measure is taken in order to prevent him from disposing of housing to the detriment of the interests of the claimant, reports BN-Gazeta with reference to the determination of the Supreme Court of Russia. We are talking about those cases where the debtor does not have other assets that can be arrested.
        2. nerd.su
          nerd.su April 28 2016 19: 47
          +1
          Quote: Nagan
          If not for the American landing, there would be only one Korea, Kimovskaya. And to hell we could all buy Samsung, LG, and Hyundai.

          If Korea were Kimova, but united, their Samsung and Hyundai would appear there. We would go along the Chinese path in development. And so - the hostages of unresolved during the conflict.
        3. Amurets
          Amurets April 29 2016 00: 48
          0
          Quote: Nagan
          In which a significant role was played by the tank brigades of Kim the Elder. Unlike the Chinese, the Koreans were poorly equipped (thanks to Stalin) and at least somehow trained (thanks again to Stalin, who sent instructors to them). And the combat experience that they gained in China, then allowed them to smash the South Korean army in half and seize almost all of Korea.

          I won’t argue, but you are mistaken in one thing: the armies of Mao Dzedong and Chiang Kai-shek were also trained by Stalin's instructors. In addition, almost all Japanese weapons, after 1945, also remained in China.
          Quote: atalef
          Traditions are changing.

          But traditions and interests do not change, the views of politicians change. And no one needs such a leader: neither the Russian Federation, nor China, nor Kazakhstan, nor the United States. Although Kim Jong-un plays into the hands of the United States, diverting the attention of the PRC and RF.RF from BV .PKR from the disputed territories of the Spratly archipelago.
  5. Former battalion commander
    Former battalion commander April 28 2016 21: 05
    0
    EVERYBODY IS NOT INTERESTED IN THE WAR ON THE KOREAN PENINSULA! EXCEPT USA! And this is the decisive moment that will outweigh the rest. Say what you like, but p.i.nd.dos.sa.m beneficial to destroy competitors in South Korea, Japan, China in a nuclear mess.