May 28, 2023

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North Korea condemns Washington and Seoul deal to strengthen denuclearization

Yesterday, North Korea condemned the agreement between South Korea and the United States to strengthen nuclear deterrence, which Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, felt could lead to a greater danger, describing it as attacking US President Joe Biden. Yang called his criticism of Pyongyang “ridiculous”.

Washington and Seoul said last Wednesday, when South Korean President Yoon Seok-yeol visited the United States, that North Korea warned that any nuclear attack it carried out would lead to a response that would “lead to the end of its regime.”

And the announcement “will only contribute to greatly endanger peace and security in Northeast Asia and the world, so it is an unwelcome step in any way,” the North Korean leader’s sister said. North Korean news agency quoted Kim Yo Jong stressed that North Korea is determined to “further develop its own nuclear deterrence program.” And Kim Yo Jong considered US President Joe Biden’s criticism of Pyongyang “ridiculous from an old man,” and added: “President Biden (80 years old) cannot fully shoulder this responsibility and described him as “an old man” without a future. .” He also attacked South Korean President Yun Seok-yeol, who deemed it “enough for him to complete the remaining two years of his term.” South Korea’s Unification Ministry condemned Kim Yo Jong’s statement, describing it as “strange and reflecting its tension and frustration over the significant strengthening of the US-Korean alliance’s nuclear deterrent”. South Korean President Yun Chok-yul and his US counterpart, Joe Biden, agreed to the “Washington Declaration,” which greatly enhances their cooperation on security matters, including nuclear energy. The Korean Sea and other activities, which have not happened since the 1980s, include sharing more information in the event of a North Korean attack.

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North Korea has defied several international sanctions imposed on it over the years to continue developing its nuclear and missile programs, and has given no sign of a willingness to give up its arsenal. affairs. Pyongyang has conducted a record series of missile launches this year, including its first solid-fuel missile test, a major technological advance for Kim Jong-un’s armed forces. Last year, North Korea described the status of its nuclear arsenal as “final and irreversible.” “Thus ruling out the possibility of talks on giving up nuclear weapons. Washington and Seoul increased their defense cooperation in response, organizing extensive joint military exercises.