In the latest update from the North Korean Supremo Kim Jong-Un, his country has developed a missile that could be formidable in its capabilities to strike.
As per state media, Kim Jong-Un gave a statement on Monday, pointing to the West, that North Korea will continue to develop offensive missiles and the latest development is his country’s most advanced missile is out now and has been named as Hwasong-17.
Kim visited the weapons development plant where the country’s most sophisticated missile test took place. Kim met with the scientists, technicians, workers who have diligently worked towards the missile launch last week on Thursday, and he was overwhelmed with the sheer size of the intercontinental ballistic missile reported by the state media KCNA.
Kim enthusiastically responded, “When a nation has developed the most offensive arsenal in its defence technology backing with military power, its can’t be stopped by any other superpower and with this, in hand, one can actually put a rest to an imminent war, which guarantees the country’s security, from all sorts of Imperialists threats.”
Kim said “This new Intercontinental ballistic missile is my answer to the West, I forewarn them to make any silly moves. (The US and North Korea have been at war since 1950-53 Korean war, which did not end peacefully).”
The US resorted to sanctioning North Korea and asked it to reduce its nuclear weaponry and Intercontinental ballistic missiles which puts the US under serious threat. However, China and Russia showed their relentless support for Kim and opposed the US in its usual sanction pursuit.
Kim also confidently responded that the West cannot barter or buy North Korea with anything, and North Korea remains unaffected with any threats that come from the West. He will continue to increase his defence systems and make it more nuclear offensive.
North Korea’s neighbouring countries Japan and South Korea have confirmed that according to their flight trajectory data Kim has launched a missile that flew higher and for a longer time than its previous missiles test.