Defense experts advised China to activate a defense dialogue with the United States, Japan and South Korea, writes South China Morning Post.
According to the report, the councils followed after the countries of Asia and America at the NATO summit agreed to strengthen security cooperation in order to withstand North Korea. The tripartite meeting took place against the backdrop of the desire to improve the relationship between Tokyo and Seoul after the change of power in South Korea.
According to analysts whose names are not called, the agreement of the United States, Japan and South Korea does not threaten China directly. However, the provocative actions of the DPRK can create problems for Beijing. Plans of joint military exercises can push Pyongyang to create provocations and enhance tension on the borders.