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Monday, February 19, 2018

“Nuclear button on my Desk”: Kim Jong-UN congratulated the Americans

North Korean leader is rather peculiar congratulated the New world, especially that part where the United States. In his new year statement, Kim Jong UN reminded about the nuclear Arsenal of North Korea and the willingness to use it. But, the country is peaceful, he said, wants the Olympics to go.

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The world is always closely watching the new year addresses of the leaders, as they allow you to imagine what plans they have for next year. For example, the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko appealed to the Russians in the Crimea and the Donbas residents, telling them that “their house – Ukraine”. It is immediately clear that Kiev will stick to the previous policy in this matter.

As for Kim Jong-UN, he also made clear that the political course of his country will not change.

“The United States should know that the nuclear button on my Desk,” said the North Korean leader.

He also categorically stated that the whole territory of the United States is within reach of North Korean missiles because Washington will not be able to start a war. The nuclear Arsenal of North Korea – a reality which should be remembered, said the leader of the country.

However, Kim Jong-UN has made it clear that, in General, is set peacefully. He called for improved relations with South Korea and even expressed willingness to send in Pyeongchang, the national Olympic team.

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