China Constructing Community Of Refugee Camps Alongside North Korea Border

China Building Network Of Refugee Camps Along North Korea Border

Tensions on the Korean peninsula soared after Kim Jong carried out a number of nuclear assessments. (File)

Beijing:  China is quietly constructing a community of refugee camps alongside its border with North Korea, the Guardian reported on Tuesday.

The existence of plans for the camps, first reported by the Monetary Instances final week, emerged in an apparently leaked inner doc from a state-run telecom large that has apparently been tasked with offering them with web companies.

The China Cellular doc, which has circulated on social media and abroad Chinese language web sites since final week, reveals plans for a minimum of 5 refugee camps in Jilin province. 

The doc says: “Attributable to cross-border tensions, the (Communist) occasion committee and authorities of Changbai county has proposed organising 5 refugee camps within the county.”

It provides the names and areas of three such services: Changbai riverside, Changbai Shibalidaogou and Changbai Jiguanlizi. 

A spokesman for China’s Overseas Ministry declined to verify the camps’ existence at an everyday press briefing on Monday however didn’t deny they had been being constructed. 

“I have never seen such stories,” the Guardian quoted Lu Kang as saying.

Cheng Xiaohe, a North Korea specialist from Renmin College in Beijing, mentioned whereas he couldn’t affirm whether or not the doc was real, it could be irresponsible for China to not make such preparations.

Tensions on the Korean peninsula have soared this 12 months as US President Donald Trump has stepped up strain on his North Korean counterpart and Pyongyang has accelerated its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes. 

Trump has baited Kim Jong with the nickname “Little Rocket Man” and threats of army motion, whereas Kim has responded with insults of his personal, and a succession of nuclear and missile assessments which have introduced two new rounds of UN sanctions. 

Following its newest intercontinental ballistic missile take a look at on November 29, Pyongyang claimed the power to strike anyplace on US soil.

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