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China Tells Military to be Ready to ‘Move’ to North Korea Border

China will not allow American forces on North Korean soil. I believe they will allow an attack on North Korea using missiles but not a ground invasion. This is part of China’s security policy. Any attempt to do so by America and its allies will bring in Chinese forces into the war to protect Chinese interests (ie. not North Korean interests).

  • Who do the Chinese fear the most? Not North Korea but USA. The Chinese have now created the pretext they need to deploy troops (ie. invasion) in North Korea. China is seriously concern with an American invasion force in North Korea.
  • China Tells Military to be Ready to ‘Move’ to North Korea Border
    by Elizabeth Shim,
    April 12 (UPI) — China has ordered its military to be on nationwide alert, in addition to areas near the North Korea border, as tensions escalate on the peninsula.

    The Information Center for Human Rights and Democracy, a nongovernmental organization in Hong Kong, said Beijing has ordered troops at all five military “regions” to maintain preparedness because of the situation in North Korea, according to Oriental Daily News in Hong Kong.

    According to the NGO, China’s armored and mechanized infantry brigades in the provinces of Shandong, Zhejiang and Yunnan received the state mandate.

    About 25,000 troops of the Chinese military’s 47th group army of the Ninth Armored Brigade have been instructed to be ready to move long distances, close to the North Korea border, the Hong Kong-based organization said.

    Other troops may have been mobilized. According to Taiwan’s China Post, the Chinese government may have deployed about 150,000 troops along the North Korea border on Sunday, as U.S. and South Korea militaries conducted joint exercises in and around the peninsula.

    The country keeps missiles, including 12 Dongfeng-03 ballistic missiles and 24 Dongfeng-21 “Carrier-killer” missiles at the 51st rocket army station in Shenyang, Liaoning Province.

    China has become increasingly frustrated with North Korea’s missile threats.

    Following news of the U.S. deployment of the aircraft carrier Carl Vinson to the peninsula, state tabloid Global Times issued an editorial on Wednesday, saying more Chinese citizens want China to place heavier sanctions on North Korea. The Global Times English edition also issued an editorial saying China would “send out troops for sure” if military conflict is sparked on the peninsula.

    The editorial has since been removed from state websites, according to multiple sources.

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April 13, 2017 - Posted by | GeoPolitics | , , , , , , ,

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