North Korea to vow the response for ‘reckless’ US Navy move
North Korea accused Washington’s disposition of a naval strike group to the Korean peninsula today and warning that it is ready for “war” in a further rise of tensions.
The Carl Vinson strike group has cancelled the trip that was planned to Australia this weekend in a show of force as Washington signaled that it might be acting to shut down Pyongyang’s nuclear capabilities.
According to state news agency, “This goes to prove that the reckless moves of US for entering the DPRK have reached a serious phase.”
He said by using the country’s official, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. “The DPRK is well prepared to react to any mode of war that is desired by the US,”
In ordering a missile strike on Syria by President Donald Trump that which has widely construed as a warning to North Korea. The top officials said that he asked advisors for a range of options to rein in Pyongyang.
Trump has previously threatened unilateral action against Pyongyang if China — the North’s sole major ally — fails to help curb its neighbour’s nuclear weapons ambitions.
Pyongyang’s response has suggested, the solitary state is determined to continue in its current path itself, despite in repeatation rounds of United Nations sanctions.
The foreign ministry spokesman said “We will be taking the toughest counteraction against the provocateurs in order to safeguard ourselves by powerful force of arms”
Speculation over an upcoming nuclear test is infusing as the North marks anniversaries that includes 105th birthday of its founding leader on Saturday.
Pyongyang is on a pursuit to develop a long-range missile which is capable of hitting the US mainland with a nuclear missile and so far it has staged 5 nuclear tests in which two of them had in last year.
Experts warned, US unilateral strike on North Korea form the shortest range may be more effective and might likely risk many civilians in the South, endanger triggering a broader military conflict.
While a US unilateral strike on North Korea from a shorter range might be more effective, it would likely endanger many civilians in the South and risk triggering a broader military conflict, experts warn.