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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

“Prelude” GUAM: Kim Jong-UN threatened the United States with their missiles

DPRK leader Kim Jong-UN, who was personally present during the test of a ballistic missile “And 12”, and called the maneuvers a “prelude” to the missile launch to the island of GUAM, where the us military base.

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The North Korean rocket “Hwaseong-12” flew over Northern Japan on August 29. Tokyo did not knock but called on the people of Hokkaido to hide in shelters. A shell fell into the Pacific ocean approximately 1.18 km to the East of this island.

Kim Jong-UN declared that these teachings represent “the first step to military operations of the Korean people’s army in the Pacific and an important prelude to the containment of GUAM”.

In addition, the North Korean leader ordered to conduct more tests of ballistic missiles, the calculated target in the Pacific ocean, and also demanded to increase their strike force, RIA Novosti reported citing Yonhap news Agency.

The President of the United States Donald trump in response, said that the options for retaliation against North Korea “is already on the table,” writes Reuters. Earlier he promised to Pyongyang to meet the “fire and fury that the world has ever seen” if North Korea is a real threat to the United States.

Meanwhile, the head of the Duma Committee on international Affairs Leonid Slutsky said that in the light of the launch of “the situation on the Korean Peninsula more resembles a powder keg”. However, the Russian politician has again warned of a “path of military intervention,” calling this scenario a dead-end.

Read the material: Korean powder keg: what could lead to war with North Korea


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