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ballistic missile in the next three days.
The launch would be the latest in a series by Pyongyang this year in violation of United Nations Security Council resolutions that ban all ballistic-missile related activities by the DPRK. The DPRK conducted its fifth nuclear test on Sept 9.
US Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken visited China, South Korea and Japan last week when the DPRK’s nuclear issue was a key topic.
The UN Security Council has been discussing a new draft resolution on additional sanctions on the DPRK.
Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying reiterated on Monday the Chinese stance of reaching denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula, safeguarding its peace and stability, and resolving relevant issues through dialogue and negotiation.
“It serves the interests of all,” she said.
“We maintain that actions by the Security Council should help realize the aforementioned goals without impeding normal business cooperation and exchanges between all parties and the DPRK,” Hua said.
Reuters contributed to this story.