China ‘must prepare for war over North Korea’s rocket launch and nuclear tests’

Beijing has to gear up for fallout if countries strike Pyongyang, says Chinese military adviser

A Chinese military adviser has warned China to be prepared for war in the Korean Peninsula, but not to sacrifice as much as it did in the 1950s.

Speaking on the deterioration of the security situation after North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s recent nuclear and satellite tests, Major General Wang Haiyun said in an article on Tuesday that China must “take strong counter measures” as it faced various threats.

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