North Korea: U.S. airstrikes on Syria prove need for nukes

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For its part, the North test-launched a ballistic missile just ahead of the Trump-Xi meeting and has been rumoured to be preparing for a possible nuclear test.

military attack on Syria is an action of warning us but we are not frightened by it,” the report said, adding that the North’s “tremendous military muscle with a nuclear force as its pivot” will foil any aggression by the U.S. “Some forces are loud-mouthed that the recent U.S.

ally South Korea and a city of more than 10 million people. Along with its rapidly advancing nuclear and long-range missile capabilities, the North has its artillery and short-range missiles trained on Seoul, the capital of U.S.

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The comments were made by a Foreign Ministry official and carried Sunday by North Korea’s state-run Korean Central News Agency. The report did not name the official, which is common in KCNA reports.

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The airstrikes, announced shortly after Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping wrapped up dinner at a two-day summit in Florida last week, were retaliation against Syrian President Bashar Assad for a chemical weapons attack against civilians caught up in his country’s long civil war.

North Korea has long claimed that the United States is preparing to conduct similar precision strikes against its territory or even launch an all-out invasion. military threat. It claims its nuclear weapons are a necessary deterrent to the U.S.

11, 2016 shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (front C) during a combat drill of the service personnel of the special operation battalion of the Korean People’s Army Unit 525. (KNS/AFP/Getty Images) This undated photo released by North Korea’s official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on Dec.

President Donald Trump ordered against an air base in Syria. PYONGYANG, Korea, Democratic People’s Republic Of — North Korea has vowed to bolster its defences to protect itself against airstrikes like the ones U.S.

“We will bolster up in every way our capability for self-defence to cope with the U.S. evermore reckless moves for a war and defend ourselves with our own force,” it said.

Tensions have been even higher than usual over the past few weeks because annual war games between the U.S. and South Korean militaries are underway. The exercises this year are the biggest ever and have included stealth fighter training and other manoeuvrs that are particularly sensitive to North Korea.
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The North called the airstrikes “absolutely unpardonable” and said they prove its nuclear weapons are justified to protect the country against Washington’s “evermore reckless moves for a war.”

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