According to reports
Julia Tan Global Network correspondent reported that U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Asian and Pacific Affairs Kurt? Campbell is currently in South Korea, and Japan visit. According to U.S. media reports, January 5, Campbell’s first press conference in South Korea, said he recently met with Chinese officials expressed concern about the situation in North Korea, urged China to United States,
According to the U.S. In a press conference after the talks, Campbell said his four-day visit to China and held talks with relevant Chinese officials, urging China to be on the development of the North Korean situation with Washington to
Report commented that Campbell was after the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il’s visit to Northeast Asia, the highest level U.S. officials. His remarks in urging China should use its influence to curb North Korea not to conduct the transfer of sovereignty Although the extent to which China can exert influence on North Korea is not yet clear, but China is North Korea’s main ally and trading partner. In recent years, with the international community sanctions on North Korea’s nuclear program gradually increased, North Korea depends on China’s growing economy, which expanded the occasion of the handover in Korea, China may be in stabilizing the situation in the Korean Peninsula role.
Reported that North Korea against South Korea last week to further strengthen the use of sea of fire. Lee Myung-bak government and military have warned that if North Korea has any military provocation, South Korea will be a strong response.
According to reports, Campbell said at a press conference the same day, the handover process in Korea, the United States promised to He said: