“Some spineless countries are blindly following the stinking bottom of the U.S., also struggling to embrace [South Korean President] Park Geun-hye, who came to a pathetic state of being,” the North’s powerful National Defense Commission said.
Due to North Korea’s nuclear program, it is unlikely that North Korea and China will reconcile soon, as predicted by some experts.
While NoKor-China relation is deteriorating, China and South Korea have establish a high level direct telephone line between their defense chiefs. It “will play a role as a communication channel to invigorate the military cooperation of each country and assure security in the Northeast Asia region,” South Korean Ministry of National Defense spokesman Kim Min-seok said.
“During Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to the ROK earlier this month, the two sides reached consensus on many important subjects, pointing the direction for the future development of bilateral ties as well as military ties,” Baek Seung-joo, vice defense minister of the Republic of Korea said in China as reported by Xinhua.
“Defense talks have achieved fruitful results and that defense cooperation between the two sides is conducive to regional peace, stability and prosperity,” said Baek Seung-joo, who met a high ranking PLA officer is in Beijing.