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China and South Korea end dispute over Thaad Missile shield

China and South Korea end dispute over Thaad Missile shield
Written by Abhishek Rana

China and South Korea have finally decided to get past their dispute regarding Seoul’s plans to move a U.S missile shield, which have cause the stocks to rise and have tied the two countries closer to each other, restoring their international relationship. The two countries decided to mend their relationship for a “normal development path swiftly.” And there have been further plans from the Chinese President Xi Jinping to meet Moon Jae-in, the president of South Korea, in Vietnam next month. The information was announced by the South Korean security official, Nam Gwan-Pyo.

The efforts to deploy THAAD (Terminal High Altitude Area Defense) system, were considered in apprehension of North Korea’s probable attack on South Korea. Moon Jae-in was in the favor of reviewing the decision, but his regime agreed to the decision in wake of the threats made by North Korea to attack the U.S, as it has already positioned it’s missiles in the direction of the country.

U.S President Donald Trump is scheduled to visit Asia and will be making his trip to Beijing, Seoul and Tokyo. The relationship between North Korea and U.S is already very strained, and the threats made by the presidents of both countries have done little to assuage the public and it is yet to be seen it this will have long time effects on the world.

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Abhishek Rana

Since my early childhood, I’ve loved writing, watching movies and having an opinion. Now, I do it professionally. Always looking for new ways to challenge myself.