Russia and China Mobilize Troops to North Korean Border

Kimberly Jong-un and President Trump have been in a bit of a tiff ever since the POTUS has taken office.

Reading the tea leaves, Vladimir Putin has decided to send military equipment and troops to Russia’s border with North Korea.

He fears the US is preparing to attack the Korean dictator and if that happens a huge exodus of North Korean refugees will flow into his country.

This just days after China revealed it is sending 150,000 soldiers to their southern frontier, to deal with the same issue.

Footage has emerged reportedly showing how Putin is reinforcing Russia’s 11-mile border with North Korea.

This video shows military equipment being moved by train. Reports are coming in that helicopters have taken flight to the border; mobilization of troops and equipment are on the roads as well.

Military Veteran Stanislva Sinitsyn said: ‘The movement of military equipment means that authorities of our country are keeping up with the situation – and take appropriate measures.’

The movements were ‘a preventive but necessary’ measure.

‘If the situation worsens, especially related to military events, the armed forces of all the neighbouring countries obviously monitor it more closely, and we are no exception.

‘It is not the first time that North Korea has broken the peace in the region, that’s why this situation deserves attention.’

Russian military spokesman Alexander Gordeyev declined to give the exact reasons for the troop and equipment movements but said exercises had recently ended in the TransBaikal region of Siberia.

Kimberly Jong-un needs to be kicked out of power, that much is certain.

Hopefully Russia and China will help the US should this conflict get to that point.



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