North Korea Warns of a Thermonuclear War

North Korea Warns of a Thermonuclear War. He close military relationship between the United States (US) and South Korea (South Korea) has brought the region closer to nuclear war. The state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said the ongoing 11-day US-South Korea exercise ‘Ulchi Freedom Shield’ was a rehearsal to declare a real war against North Korea and North Korea. North Korea (North Korea) claimed this on Tuesday (22/8/2023). the aggressive character of the drills is becoming increasingly glaring.

Pyongyang further asserted. If during the current exercise the US and its allies apply the principles agreed on last Sunday at the David Maryland camp the possibility of an outbreak of a thermonuclear a war on the Korean Peninsula would be even more realistic. US President Joe Biden hosts South Korean President Yoon Suk- yeol and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at Camp David on Friday. In a joint statement, the three leaders pledged to enhance military ties and “take our trilateral security cooperation to a higher level.” They also condemned the “unprecedented number” of Pyongyang’s ballistic missile tests and accused it of carrying out cyber attacks.

North Korea has traditionally viewed US exercises with South Korea and Japan as a threat

Washington, meanwhile, said the maneuvers were purely defensive. The drills that will begin on Monday will more or less consist of more than 30 separate drills combining computer-simulated war games with field exercises. According to the US Navy troops, this exercise will greatly help strengthen the role of the alliance (US-South Korea) as the key to spearheading peace and security in the region.

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Meanwhile, Colonel Lee Sung-jun, spokesman for South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff told reporters that The drills are aimed at countering increasingly advanced threats from North Korea. Pyongyang has responded to such drills with tests of its own weapons, firing projectiles into the sea. Japan and the Yellow Sea. The Japan Coast Guard said on Tuesday that North Korea had been notified of plans to launch a satellite into space later this month. The previous satellite launch in Pyongyang in May ended in failure. The US and South Korea blamed the satellite launch as a cover for a missile test ballistic.

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