China Warns It Will Not Allow War Or Chaos On The Korean Peninsula

As tensions escalate on the Korean Peninsula, China has warned it will never allow war or chaos on its doorstep.

The announcement was made by a defense ministry spokesman Ren Guoqiang as the US dispatched strategic bombers and stealth fighter jets to the area in a show of force against North Korea for its recent missile launches.

As the US warplanes held joint drills with by South Korean and Japanese fighter jets, Beijing warned that the Peninsula is not a computer game.

RT reports:

Six American warplanes – two nuclear-capable B-1B strategic bombers and four Marine Corps F-35Bs – held a joint flight operation with Japanese F-15 fighter jets on Thursday, Japan’s Air Self-Defense Force (ASDF) said in a statement. The squadron flew near the island of Kyushu, south of the Korean Peninsula.

Following that, the US warplanes, accompanied by South Korean F-15K fighter jets, conducted a joint operation over South Korea as well as bombing drills over the Pilseung range in the eastern province of Gangwon, according to Yonhap.

The maneuvers come just two days after North Korea’s launch of a missile over Japan.

Ren Guoqiang also reiterated China’s position that the North Korean crisis should be resolved through dialogue, and insisted on the denuclearization of the peninsula, according to Sina, citing the spokesman.

Russia also insists that there cannot be any military solution to the crisis on the Korean Peninsula. At the latest UNSC meeting, Russia’s permanent representative to the UN, Vasily Nebenzya, reiterated Beijing and Moscow’s ‘double freeze’ initiative, recommending Pyongyang halt all nuclear and missile tests while the US and South Korea cease the military build-up in the region.

On Thursday, the Chinese Foreign Ministry also expressed concern, saying that the Korean issue is serious and not a computer game, Reuters reports, citing the ministry’s spokeswoman, Hua Chunying.

During a previous news briefing, Hua responded to British Prime Minister Theresa May’s call on Beijing to exert more pressure on Pyongyang voiced during her trip to Japan on Wednesday. Hua also questioned whether other relevant parties implement the UN resolutions “without holding back anything.”

“They are the loudest when it comes to sanctions, but nowhere to be found when it comes to making efforts to promote peace talks. They want nothing to do with responsibility,” Hua told reporters on Wednesday.

  • rcwarbirdbuilder

    Good for China get these gringos to back off and go back home.

  • CharlieSeattle

    Remember, North Korea tested its first nuke in W Bush’s 6th year and W Bush…did …absolutely …nothing!

    Obama did …absolutely …nothing!

    North Korea has had 65 years, using slave labor, to put everything of value deep underground.

    Trump, Let’s make North Korea, Communist China’s problem to solve!

    Revoke Communist China’s MFN (Most Favored Nation) trade status and ban all trade with them until they disarm North Korea and jail dear dwarf leader.

    Communist China is an unfair trading partner that has manipulated its currency for the last 20 years. MFN created the trade deficit that threatens to bankrupt our nation.

    The Korean war ended in TRUCE after President Truman failed to back up MacArthur and nuke Communist China. All parties are still technically at war. We in effect made Communist China and North Korea what they are today. We fought Communist China on the ground and Russian pilots in the air. That sorta redefines it as a mini WWIII historically now doesn’t it?

    Our country did not trade with Nazi Germany and Japan while we were at war. Ironic that it’s happening with Communist China during the “TRUCE”, yes?

    Yet our patriotic corporations greedily fall all over themselves to use Communist China’s MFN trade status bestowed by our Government to the detriment of our country and our children’s future.

    Bill Clinton’s administration worked to bring China into the newly created World Trade Organization and to put unconditional MFN treatment for China on a permanent basis. This culminated in an agreement of 15 November 1999 to make China a full member of the WTO.

    ………………….Killl Billl’s Error!

    • remembernoteveryonelosesout

      Very well said Charlie.. clear and to the point….. I for one look forward to a war….. if for nothing else it will pull our youth into line..lets see them wear their ARMY pants hallfway down their ass…ahhahahaHilarious….. and remember…not everybody loses out in a war……

      • CharlieSeattle

        The US, Sweden and Switzerland all came out of the war richer.

        Tons of Nazi gold are still secreted in Swiss vaults. It is easy to identify, the mercury content is very high. Think about that and tell me why.