On Thursday, Kim was meeting people who contributed to the missile launch, which North Korea described as its largest ICBM.
North Korea will continue to develop “formidable striking capabilities” that can’t be sold or sold for anything, leader Kim Jong Un said on Monday, during a meeting with activists involved in the country’s biggest missile test.
State news agency KCNA reported that Kim was meeting Thursday with officials, scientists, technicians and activists who contributed to the missile launch, which North Korea described as its largest intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).
“Only when one is armed with tremendous striking capabilities, tremendous military power that no one can stop, can one prevent war, guarantee the security of the country and control and control all threats and blackmail by imperialists.” Maybe,” Kim said according to the report.
While personally overseeing the test on Thursday, Kim said the new ICBM was meant to help prevent any military moves by the United States, which ended in an armistice rather than a peace deal after the 1950-1953 Korean War. Having been technically at war with the North.
Washington has sought to pressure Pyongyang to surrender or reduce its arsenal of nuclear weapons and ICBMs, which may be capable of attacking targets in the United States.
But Kim said his self-defense force “cannot be replaced or bought by anything” and will persevere without the slightest hesitation, despite harsh trials and hardships.
Referring to the country’s nuclear power, Kim said North Korea would continue to build a “more perfect and stronger strategic force”.
The United States said on Friday it would strengthen UN sanctions on North Korea over “increasingly dangerous provocations”, but China and Russia signaled opposition and argued for an easing of such measures instead. .
North Korea said Thursday’s missile was Hwasong-17, and Japan and South Korea confirmed that flight data showed the launch took a longer and longer flight than any previous North Korean test.
But analysts said state media coverage was trying to pass off footage from previous launches, and South Korea’s Yonhap news agency reported Sunday that intelligence officials in Seoul and Washington believe the North may have actually Tested an older and slightly smaller Hwasong-15 ICBM in ,
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