U.S., Japan and South Korea have agreed to prepare a "shock therapy package" for North Korea.U.S., Allies Preparing 'Shock Therapy' for North Korea https://t.co/AW9Ktb6JZe— NorthKoreaRealTime (@BuckTurgidson79) April 25, 2017
The U.S., Japan and South Korea have agreed to prepare a "shock therapy package" for North Korea in case it conducts another nuclear or missile test, officials here said Monday.
"Talk of shock therapy itself is sends a strong deterrent message." "Beijing has already given consent to the idea," another Foreign Ministry official claimed. "The key point is to cut off the North's sources of hard currency with the help of China, while the three countries are mulling their own sanctions like the U.S. designating the North as a state sponsor of terrorism and a secondary boycott."Read the full story here.
Japan says that Wu Dawei, the Chinese pointman on North Korea, is arriving in Tokyo today for three days of talks pic.twitter.com/D1dcxZ9hYI— Anna Fifield (@annafifield) April 25, 2017