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Russia and China are sending army to the border with North Korea

Reinforcmrnts at his country’s border with North Korea sends Vladimir Putin as Moscow fears that Washington is preparing to attack in Pyongyang. The Russian president is afraid that there will be a massive wave of North Korean refugees since his American counterpart, Donald Trump, is launching a military strike against Kim Jong Oun.

In a similar move, China sent a few days ago, is sending 150,000 soldiers to its southern border to face the wave of North Koreans that Beijing is afraid of trying to cross the border in the event of war. The video below shows that Russia has strengthened its border line with troops and equipment about 18 km in length.

The video below shows that Russia has strengthened its border line with troops and equipment about 18 km in length. Vladimir Putin sends soldiers and equipment, including helicopters and battle tanks at the border with North Korea.

A video seems to show one of three trains carrying armaments moving to the border. Another recordings of military helicopter and army vehicle movements in rough terrain near the border with North Korea. Other information reports movements of the Russian army by road.

But beyond the concerns about a wave of refugee expedition to Russia, its executives warned Putin that, in the event of a US hit in Kim Jong Yun’s nuclear facility, the radioactive cloud could reach Russia quickly. Russian spokesman Alexander Gordjev refused to reveal the exact reasons for moving troops and equipment. He said, however, that army exercises have recently been completed in the Transnistrian region in Siberia.