China, S. Korea agree to push North Korea denuclearisation | Bangkok Post: news

News > Asia

China, S. Korea agree to push North Korea denuclearisation

- +

China and South Korea will keep pushing to end North Korea's nuclear programme, their leaders declared Thursday at a high-profile summit between Pyongyang's closest ally and its key rival. 

Chinese President Xi Jinping escorts his South Korean counterpart past an honour guard outside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, on June 27, 2013. China and South Korea will keep pushing to end North Korea's nuclear programme, their leaders declared at a high-profile summit between Pyongyang's closest ally and its key rival.

"We have agreed that under any circumstances, North Korea's nuclear (weapons) are unacceptable and confirmed that the denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula is of common interest for the two countries," South Korean President Park Geun-Hye told reporters as she sat beside Chinese President Xi Jinping.

This article is older than 60 days, which we reserve for our premium members only.You can subscribe to our premium member subscription, here.

0 people commented about the above

Readers are urged not to submit comments that may cause legal dispute including slanderous, vulgar or violent language, incorrectly spelt names, discuss moderation action, quotes with no source or anything deemed critical of the monarchy. More information in our terms of use.

Please use our forum for more candid, lengthy, conversational and open discussion between one another.

  • Latest
  • Oldest
  • Most replied to
  • Most liked
  • Most disliked

    Click here to view more comments