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China Sends ‘Final Warning’ to North Korea

After increased pressure from Donald Trump, the Chinese government seems to be warning their North Korean allies against any further military provocations.

China has sent a final warning to North Korea over its military provocations, according to unconfirmed rumors spreading widely on Chinese social media Tuesday.

Chinese news outlets have previously said Beijing could turn its back on Pyongyang if the latter conducted a sixth nuclear test. But the rumor that China has given North Korea a final warning has drawn particular interest from Weibo users.

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A Chinese netizen said: “Maybe the bond between the nations is not that strong as we thought. North Korea is completely surrounded by enemies now.”

But China doesn’t seem convinced that war is avoidable. Citing concerns that the United States will make good on their promise to preemptively strike North Korea, the Chinese government is now asking Korean-Chinese residents to leave the Chinese embassy in North Korea.

The Chinese Embassy in North Korea has advised Korean-Chinese residents to return home amid concern that the North’s military provocations may trigger a U.S. attack on the North, according to a source.

The embassy began sending the message on Apr. 20, five days before the North celebrated the 85th anniversary of the Korean People’s Army with a show of military power, Radio Free Asia said Tuesday.

The U.S.-based station specializes in North Korea.

The station cited a Korean-Chinese living in the North’s capital, who said he left for China late last month after the embassy contacted him.

He said he has been visiting China every two to three months but, after being told he should “stay in China for a while,” left North Korea a month early.