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Sunday, February 18, 2018

North Korea has threatened a “powerful” test of a hydrogen bomb

Pyongyang in response to threats of US President Donald trump “completely destroy” North Korea can conduct a “powerful” test of a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific ocean. This was stated by Minister of foreign Affairs ri Yong Ho.

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The head of the DPRK foreign Ministry asked to clarify that it was referring to North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN when he promised to use “unprecedented tough measures” against the United States.

“This may be the most powerful hydrogen bomb in the Pacific,” said Lee Yong-Ho reporters, according to Yonhap news Agency. However, the Minister noted that such decisions are made by the head of the DPRK, so he has no idea “what actions can be taken.”

Donald trump threatened to “completely destroy” North Korea during a speech at the meeting of the UN General Assembly on September 19. If Pyongyang will not halt its nuclear program, the United States has “no choice but to completely destroy North Korea,” he said from the rostrum of the UN.

Kim Jong-UN’s statement called trump about the possibility of total destruction North Korea’s Declaration of war and promised “to tame the fire of the American mad senile.” “We will seriously consider the relevant superrigid retaliate,” he said.

Note that this statement has angered Japan. Defense Minister Itsunori of Onodera does not exclude that delivered the hydrogen bomb in the test area will be using ballistic missiles, in this case she can fly through Japanese airspace, reports TASS.


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