China gave a very clear response to the United States President Donald Trump over the North Korea missile episode. Trump had shown his disappointment over China and it was further claimed that China could have stood for America. However, backlashing everything China made it clear that the U.S. needs to keep business and trade relations different with North Korea. It stated that everyone needs to think carefully and come up with one solution. And also, China cannot do anything in this since the country's relationship with both the countries is different.

The current situation

China has also given up with America and Japan's suggestions to intervene in Pyongyang. China is North Korea's closest Ally, but it cannot account for North Korea's mission and decisions. After lashing out on Twitter, Trump further spoke to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. As a result of their brief discussion over the issue, even the Japanese Prime Minister Abe agreed with President Trump.

US, South Korea and Japan might take actions

The Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe agreed on the need for more action on North Korea just after hours the U.S. Ambassador for United Nations confirmed the news that from now on Washington will not pass any comments on North Korea. The situation was analyzed by both the leaders and a White House statement interpreted that both the leaders agree upon the fact that currently, North Korea is posing a great threat not only to the United States but also to Japan, South Korea and other countries in the nearby belt.

Not only this, it is also said and speculated that Trump was the one who saved South Korea and Japan from attack, using all the powers in his capacity.

Trump made claims that U.S trade gives Beijing immense profit but it did not backup the United States with regards to North Korea. Whereas, giving an apt response China claims that the Sino-U.S.

trade is giving mutual benefit to both the parties and it is a win win for both of them.

While U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley criticized China by saying that the country needs to decide whether it is willing to take an important step or not. He further added any new U.N. Security Council resolution "that does not significantly increase the international pressure on North Korea is of no value. Kim Jong-Un has tested several missiles in the past 3-4-years with the recently developed ICBM missile.