China has sent 150000 troops to its North Korea border

It came after Trump tweeted Tuesday that China should do more on the North Korea issue or the us would go it alone.

According to a Japanese newspaper, the aircrafts have been flying over North Korea since 2006. "We had a very good bonding, I think we had a very good chemistry together, I think he wants to help us with North Korea", Trump said.

The tensions between the U.S. and North Korea have many worrying as to what the "event" may be. The presence of United States forces in the region and repeated threats of military action by Washington have on the other hand angered the North. The official "Rodong Sinmun" newspaper said: "Our revolutionary strong army is keenly watching every move by enemy elements with our nuclear sight focused on the USA invasionary bases not only in South Korea and the Pacific operation theatre but also in the United States mainland".

"I was very impressed with President Xi", said Trump.

The Japanese government has repeatedly asked the USA government to coordinate their North Korea policies.

The Trump administration hopes to address the North Korean threat through economic and political pressure in cooperation with Beijing.

The Carl Vinson and several other warships are heading toward the Korean Peninsula in a show of force meant to deter the North from testing a sixth nuclear weapon or launching missiles.

Trump had repeatedly called on China to do more to rein in its "unruly neighbour", which stepped up its missile development and nuclear weapons programme since 2016, reported CNN. Since then the two leaders have discussed the situation, with Abe telling Trump in a phone call he was watching Beijing closely to understand China's next moves in regards to North Korea.

North Korea's foreign ministry on Tuesday said the Asian nation is capable of defending itself from America's "reckless acts of aggression".

Foreign reporters in North Korea were instructed to prepare for a "big and important event" that will happen on Thursday.

In an interview with The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday, Trump, speaking about North Korea, said "you can not allow a country like that to have nuclear power, nuclear weapons". In April 2012, North Korea attempted to launch a long-range rocket at the celebration of the 100th "Day of the Sun".

Trump had warned North Korea Tuesday that he vowed to get Kim Jong -Un's regime under control with or without China's help.

  • Zachary Reyes