DPRK border from China and South Korea

• DPRK border from China and South Korea

The world is unstable. US says North Korea can only speak the language of force, North Korea accuses US of creating a dangerous situation in the region and provoking a nuclear war, "which can begin at any moment."

Let's see what it looks like and what happens on the DPRK border from China and South Korea.

DPRK border from China and South Korea

The border of North Korea from China, April 15, 2017. (Photo: Johannes Eisele):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

pogranichnitsa, May 1, 2014. (Photo by Jacky Chen | Reuters):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

The North Korean farmers work in a field on the border of April 2, 2017. (Photo by Damir Sagolj | Reuters):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

The bridge, which was destroyed during the Korean War on the Yalu River, North Korea, May 26, 2009 (Photo by Peter Parks):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

The North Korean city Hayesan on the border with China, April 6, 2009. (Photo by Reinhard Krause | Reuters):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

The DMZ - zone separating the Korean peninsula into two roughly equal parts - the north (North Korea) and South (Korea), crossing the 38th parallel at a slight angle. Demilitarized zone (DMZ) wide at 4 km through peninsula stretched by 241 km. Its axis - "military demarcation line", officially recorded by the Armistice Agreement July 27, 1953 in the village of Panmunjom. Sign just reads "military demarcation line". (Photo by Kim Hong-Ji | Reuters):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

North (right) and South Korean soldiers. (Photo by Kim Hong-Ji | Reuters):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

The South Korean girl considers North Korean territory. (Photo: Ahn Young-joon):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

Staircase North abandoned factory on the banks of the Yalu River on September 12, 2008. (Photo by David Gray | Reuters):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

A North Korean border guard, on December 1, 2008. (Photo by Reinhard Krause | Reuters):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

A North Korean soldier near the town Sinuchzhu on the border with China, Jan. 6, 2016. (Photo by Kyodo | Reuters):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

The border with North Korea, China and the Yalu River, April 1, 2017. (Photo by Damir Sagolj | Reuters):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

The North Korean farmer rides along the border, March 30, 2017. (Photo by Damir Sagolj | Reuters):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

pogranichnitsa stands guard on the banks of the Yalu River, on November 23, 2010. (Photo by Jacky Chen | Reuters):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

watchtower on the border of North Korea, April 15, 2017. (Photo by Aly Song | Reuters):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

The bridges across the Yalu River, connecting Sindzhu in North Korea, and Dandong in China, March 30, 2017. (Photo by Damir Sagolj | Reuters):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

North Korean soldier climbs up trees on the border with China, Nov. 25, 2010. (FotoFrederic J. Brown):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

The harsh frontier guard, May 1, 2014. (Photo by Jacky Chen | Reuters):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

The North Koreans are on the banks of the Yalu River on the border, May 2, 2015. (Photo by Jacky Chen | Reuters):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

The North Korean guards on 19 September 2013. (Photo by Jacky Chen | Reuters):

DPRK border from China and South Korea

The North Korean soldiers on the border, Dec. 19, 2006. (Photo by Adam Dean | Reuters):

DPRK border from China and South Korea