British PM says China should increase pressure on North Korea

British PM says China should increase pressure on North Korea

British PM says China should increase pressure on North Korea

The Prime Minister of United Kingdom, Theresa May advised China to arbitrate more vigorously in curbing the North Korea's crisis and missile ambitions.

The source also said that May had met Toyota (7203.T) Chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada, Nissan (7201.T) CEO Hirohito Saikawa and Hitachi (6501.T) Chairman Hiroaki Nakanishi during her trip. But she stressed out the Britain's focus remained on the joint worldwide efforts to limit the missile activity of Pyongyang, saying that China should be more proactive to assist this situation.

"It is a pity that some countries selectively ignore the requirements for dialogue in the resolutions―they only emphasize sanctions", she told a regular press briefing, adding "these words and deeds play a destructive role instead of a constructive role in solving the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue".

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Among other concrete measures that each country must implement in its national plans is the deployment of British aircraft carriers in the region and the participation of its troops in joint exercises by Japan and the USA in the Pacific.

She will take part in a UK-Japan business forum as concerns mount among Japanese ministers about Brexit. "We must work together to enhance our collective response to the threats to the worldwide order and global peace and security", she said. May also strongly condemned the launch.Japan's foreign ministry said the two leaders are expected to agree on the importance of China's role in ramping up pressure on North Korea.BREXIT EFFECTJapan has been unusually outspoken about its concerns that Britain's departure from the European Union, which was decided by a public vote in 2016, could affect current and future Japanese investments in Britain.Britain is the second most important destination for Japanese investment after the United States, with firms like Nissan, Toyota and Hitachi investing billions in carmaking, energy and transport. "And we see that the best way of doing is for China to be bringing pressure to bear on North Korea".

Tokyo planned to enhance efforts with Washington to persuade China and Russian Federation to change their positions against an envisaged oil embargo with a new UN Security Council resolution, Japan's Jiji news agency reported Thursday, citing informed sources. I think they're a key player in this. My visit "gives a sign of the growing cooperation and partnership that we have on defence", May said of the naval base tour.

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