North Korea conducts another missile test

North Korea conducts another missile test

North Korea conducts another missile test from Bukchang, which fails shortly after liftoff. President Trump condemns this action as an insult to China.

North Korea blames the US and the UNSC for possible war. Pyongyang  under the dictatorship of Kim Jong Un are threatening possible war on the Korean peninsula with Trump and the US.

The North Korean Foreign Ministry said the United States was guilty of “pushing the peninsula to the brink of nuclear war” by executing military maneuvers with South Korea, North Korea’s KCNA news agency reported on Wednesday.

The North Korean Foreign Ministry also said that Washington’s decision to move strategic nuclear devices to the peninsular region has triggered tensions.

Should a war erupt on the peninsula, the United States will be held accountable for having caused problems after transferring many of its strategic resources and special warlike devices, “a North Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman quoted by the North Korean news agency KCNA . “In the event of a war on the peninsula, the United States will be held accountable for having caused problems after transferring many of its strategic resources and special warlike devices,” a North Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman quoted anonymously by KCNA as saying.

On Wednesday, Washington began to move the controversial Terminal Altitude System at Great Altitude (THAAD) to Korean War would leave 64,000 dead only the first day! A new report explains what range the hypothetical US missiles would reach and how many civilian casualties it would cause.

The North Korean Foreign Ministry also condemned the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolution imposing sanctions on Pyongyang. He added that the government of the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, believes that the development of its nuclear program is based on the legitimate right to protect itself.

In this context, the Portfolio assured that in the event of an eventual conflict, the UNSC can never escape its responsibilities.

Pyongyang’s statements came days before a special meeting was held at UNSC headquarters in New York to address the issue of North Korea’s missile and nuclear programs. The meeting, scheduled for tomorrow, April 28, will be chaired by US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

On Monday, the official North Korean daily Rodong Sinmun warned that, considering recent developments and US military measures. In the region, everything seems to point to Washington preparing for a nuclear war. The newspaper alluded to the deployment of 1250 US Marines in the city of Darwin (north of Australia) and to the sending of the nuclear carrier USS Carl Vinson and its group of attack to the outskirts of the Korean peninsula.

The Korean War would leave 64,000 dead on the first day of a battle! A new report explains what range the hypothetical US missiles would reach and how many civilian casualties it would cause.

The North Korean Foreign Ministry also condemned the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolution imposing sanctions on Pyongyang. He added that the government of the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, believes that the development of its nuclear program is based on the legitimate right to protect itself.

In this context, the Portfolio assured that in the event of an eventual conflict, the UNSC can never escape its responsibilities.

Pyongyang’s statements came days before a special meeting was held at UNSC headquarters in New York to address the issue of North Korea’s missile and nuclear programs. The meeting, scheduled for April 28, was chaired by US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

On Monday, the official North Korean daily Rodong Sinmun warned that, considering recent developments and US military measures. In the region, everything seems to point to Washington preparing for a nuclear war. The newspaper alluded to the deployment of 1250 US Marines in the city of Darwin (north of Australia) and to the sending of the nuclear carrier USS Carl Vinson and its group of attack to the outskirts of the Korean peninsula.

South Korea is on high alert and preparing for the worse, with Donald Trump in office.

 

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