BREAKING NEWS Out Of CHINA… Look What President Trump Just FORCED Them To Do!



The Sino–Korean Friendship Bridge or China–North Korea Friendship Bridge is a bridge across the Yalu River on the China–North Korea border. It connects the cities of Dandong, China and Sinuiju, North Korea, but pedestrians are not allowed to cross.


North Korea’s isolation in the world continues to deepen as its influence in Southeast Asia wanes, with even long-term allies turning their backs against the reclusive nation.

Its pursuit of missile and nuclear development despite unanimous international condemnation is not the only reason Pyongyang is losing friends in the region.

China further isolated North Korea on Friday by closing the main road between them just a few days after the state-owned airline Air China indefinitely suspended flights from Beijing to the reclusive country, according to Fox News.

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The China-North Korea Friendship Bridge is closed for “maintenance” and will be reopened once the necessary repairs are made, Foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said, without offering a timeline. Meanwhile, the decision to suspend flights, announced Tuesday, was reportedly linked to a lack of demand. An official in the company’s Beijing-based press office, who refused to give a full name, simply told Reuters on Wednesday “business was not good” as he explained the decision.


Correspondingly, companies in China that offer tours of North Korea have reported a sharp decline in business in recent months, blaming the drop on the “political drama.” Simon Cockerell, the general manager of Beijing-based Koryo Tours, recently told South China Morning Post he’s seen a 50 percent drop in business compared to last winter.


China is North Korea’s top trading partner and most important ally, but the relationship has been strained by Kim Jong Un’s erratic behavior and nuclear ambitions. In 2017, North Korea has conducted a record number of missile tests and carried out its sixth and most powerful nuclear test ever in early September. This has led to the United Nations, with the participation of China, to enforce new sanctions on Pyongyang. North Korea’s provocative actions have also resulted in an ongoing war of words between President Donald Trump and Kim.

During a recent 12-day trip to Asia, Trump — who’s often been accused of being too over the top in his rhetoric toward North Korea — urged China to continue to pressure Kim to step away from his nuclear program. Last week, a senior Chinese envoy was sent to Beijing to attempt to rekindle relations and discuss the recent tensions. Trump hopefully tweeted about this on November 16: “China is sending an Envoy and Delegation to North Korea – A big move, we’ll see what happens!”

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