Seoul-Beijing detente on THAAD is win-win for China: 38 North
Nov 13 2017 by Michele Stevens
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The soldier crossed to South Korea from the North Korean side of the heavily guarded Joint Security Area (JSA) to Freedom House in the South, according to the JCS. A statement released by China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs on November 12 said that Xi had reconfirmed China's position on deploying THAAD in South Korea during his meeting with Moon the previous day.
They reached the agreement on the sidelines of the APEC summit in Danang, Vietnam, according to Cheong Wa Dae. "After confirming that position, President Xi said that it is nevertheless important at the present moment to work on the future-oriented development of the two countries" relations".
President Moon Jae-in and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed to hold a third bilateral summit next month in China.
The sabre-rattling has complicated China's relations with South Korea.
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"The two leaders praised the Seoul-Beijing agreement of October 31. and put bilateral exchanges and cooperation on the normal track in all areas", said presidential spokesman Yoon Young-chan. A Cheong Wa Dae official said, "President Moon said that THAAD is not aimed at China".
He suffered a gunshot from North Korean forces while defecting and was sent to a hospital for treatment after arriving in South Korea, the military said.
"There are signs of cooperation and improving relations between China, South Korea and Japan".
"US National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster welcomed the Sino-ROK detente, but he also hinted at US concern over South Korea's possible decoupling from American-led security structures, saying that he does regard the three no's as "definitive" in terms of official policy", the article said. "We hope the trilateral summit will resume soon", he said. The four-day exercise in the western Pacific involves three US aircraft carriers - USS Ronald Reagan, USS Nimitz and USS Theodore Roosevelt - and seven South Korean warships including three destroyers.