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Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke with South Korean President Moon Jae-in and said he hopes for “political resolution”
Blinken recently called North Korea “a hard problem that has plagued administration after administration”
The country shut down its borders in Jan. 2020 and also enacted two lockdowns to trade since
Experts say Trump left a net positive on North Korea, but also a domestic mess that will distract Biden from Pyongyang
State media reported that a submarine-launched ballistic missile, rockets and tanks rolled through Kim Il Sung Square
Kim Yo Jong accused South Korea of having "nothing better to do" than watch for a Pyongyang military parade
Leaders ironed out finer details about future agriculture, science, defense capabilities and industry plans
Xi vowed to continuously "preserve, consolidate and develop China-DPRK relations," Chinese state media reported
The South Korean military detected potential signs of a military parade in Kim Il Sung Square on the evening of Jan. 10
At Eighth Party Congress, Kim Jong Un also vows not to use nuclear weapons unless DPRK sovereignty is threatened
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