North Korea said it would strengthen its nuclear deterrence threat of U.S. military response (Figure)
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Xinhua Pyongyang, June 28 (Xinhua reporter Zhao Gao Haorong Show) 28 North Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman said in Pyongyang, the Korean Peninsula for the recent “extraordinary situation”, the Korean will adopt new and advanced ways to further strengthen the nuclear deterrent in response to hostile U.S. policies and military threats.
day Korean Central News Agency quoted the spokesman as saying, recently declassified U.S. government documents revealed the United States in 1969, has developed three options, an attempt on the North Korean nuclear attack. Meanwhile, the United States in April this year the “Nuclear Situation Report” also put North Korea out of the U.S. commitment not to use nuclear weapons, objects outside the country. This shows that successive U.S. administrations have tried to take on North Korea “policy of strength” and “one opportunity to attempt to use nuclear weapons against the DPRK.” U.S. current government “is no exception.” In this situation, the DPRK can only choose “to check the core” of the road.
spokesman said the Korean peninsula the “unusual situation.” To deal with the U.S. hostile policy and military threats, North Korea will use the new advanced methods to further strengthen nuclear deterrence.
spokesman did not disclose the “new and advanced methods” of specific content. North Korean media have reported in May, North Korean scientists succeeded in mid-April to develop nuclear fusion reaction.
According to Central News Agency, recently declassified U.S. official documents revealed that North Korea violated a 1969 U.S. airspace “EC-121″ aircraft shot down by North Korea, the U.S. Department of Defense has developed to the DPRK nuclear attack three options, including nuclear weapons against North Korea in the 12 place, 16 airports and destroy North Korea’s most offensive capability.
U.S. Department of Defense in April, entitled “Nuclear Situation Report,” the United States pledged not to sign and comply with “the NPT,” the non-nuclear states to use nuclear weapons, but Iran, North Korea and other violations of or exit ” Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, “countries outside the United States Government undertakes not to use nuclear weapons to target nations.