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U.S. THAAD HAS STOP NORTH KOREA’S MISSILE

The top diplomats of South Korea and China held talks in Beijing on Wednesday evening… with the remit of preparing a bilateral presidential summit next month.
But with the recent THAAD agreement fresh in their minds, both sides were keen to emphasize their mutual roles to help repair relations.
Kwon Jang-ho reports.
South Korea and China’s foreign ministers met in Beijing on Wednesday.
Laying the groundwork for President Moon Jae-in’s trip to the Chinese capital next month topped the agenda.
The two sides agreed that the visit will take place around mid-December, with the aim to strengthen and enhance the South Korea-China relationship.
The relationship has been tested over the last year, after Beijing objected to Seoul’s decision to deploy the U.S. THAAD anti-missile system on Korean soil.
Despite the two governments reaching an understanding over the issue and announcing their intent to ‘renormalize’ relations last month, Beijing’s top diplomat Wang Yi, began the meeting warning Seoul that they need to withhold their end of the agreement — to make sure THAAD does not encroach on China’s national security interests.

(Chinese) – AP 4127159
There’s a Chinese saying, “promises must be kept, actions must yield results.” We hope the South Korean side will continue to appropriately handle this matter.”

Seoul’s foreign minister, Kang Kyung-wha, in turn said she considered the agreement a valuable outcome, and hoped that it would resolve difficulties for Korean business activities… referring to unofficial economic sanctions Beijing had imposed on Korea in retaliation to THAAD.

(Korean) – AP 4127159
“We both realize that continued conflict is in neither of our interests so we have reached this outcome.”

Talks also moved on to North Korea.
According to Seoul’s foreign ministry, Wang reaffirmed Beijing’s intent to continue carrying out UN sanctions, but added that they will use their diplomatic efforts to help create the conditions for talks with the regime.
Kang said the two nations should work together* on that endeavor, while at the same time making sure to suppress North Korea’s nuclear activities.
The two ministers are said to have carried on discussions through to a dinner after the meeting, spending some five hours together in total.
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