Beijing troop movements foreshadow upheaval in neighboring N. Korea

Special to WorldTribune.com

By Willy Lam, East-Asia-Intel.com

Communist Party General Secretary and commander-in-chief Xi Jinping has asked the nation’s military and police forces to take full precautions regarding the possible collapse of the Kim Jung-Un regime.

Chinese Internet photo of a truck carrying a tank en route to an area near North Korea.  /FreeBeacon.com
Chinese Internet photo of a truck carrying a tank en route to an area near North Korea. /FreeBeacon.com

Chinese sources close to the foreign-policy establishment said earlier this week that Xi, who chairs the Communist Party’s Central Military Commission, had moved additional troops as well as the para-military People’s Armed Police to areas bordering the DPRK.

The sources added that since Pyongyang’s latest nuclear test in February this year, Beijing had on separate occasions reduced its supply of fuel, including oil and gas, to the Stalinist regime.

Chinese companies have also temporarily stopped its investments in the lucrative mining sector in the DPRK.

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