Ministry of National Defense in Beijing Wednesday denied reports that information were sent Chinese troops in North Korea to ensure public order in this country, after the death of Kim Jong-Il, RIA Novosti.
"Such information is pure invention," said ministry spokesman Yang Yujun.
After leading North Korea for 17 years, Kim Jong-Il died on December 17, following a heart attack at age 69. He was buried Wednesday.
His youngest son Kim Jong-il, Kim Jong-un, took power.
Several publications have reported that Beijing would send troops into North Korea to maintain stability in this country, after death "beloved leader".