Kim Jong Un threatened to make more nuclear weapons

North Korea’s Kim Jong Un plans to weaponize the country’s nuclear weapons and warns that the United States has better describe its “hostile policy”.

At a North Korea ruling party conference last week, Kim asked officials to develop missiles with multiple warheads, underwater nuclear missiles, spy satellites and nuclear-powered submarines.

Kim also said that the country should advance its ability to accurately attack targets in the 9,320 miles of striking range, meaning the US mainland, and to develop technology for building small, lightweight nuclear warheads.

Kim’s comments are seen as a pre-emptive verbal strike against the incoming administration of President-Elect Joe Biden, who has called Kim a “thug”.

According to the Korean Central News Agency, the establishment of new relations between Kim (North Korea) and the United States is important for whether the United States withdraws its hostile policy.

Kim insisted that he would not open his nose until North Korea tried to use his nuclear weapons against him. But he said North Korea should keep its military and nuclear capability in view of what it said could be a potential US invasion – but failed to cite any examples of such a threat by the Americans.

In the past, North Korea has regularly cited US military exercises with South Korea, flights by US surveillance aircraft, and US military presence in South Korea as evidence of hostility.


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