North Korea: Nuclear War Is Approaching The Korean Peninsula Citing Previous Warnings
The DPRK says they will "wait for the time" to "punish the hostile forces" as it goes on the "offensive" and "overwhelming action for war" in response to "provocations".
PYONGYANG - North Korean state media released a statement saying that an “unprecedented large-scale thermonuclear war is approaching the Korean Peninsula,” citing the U.S. and South Korean joint military drills “Ulji Freedom Shield”, which it says is a “nuclear war drill”, or “war rehearsal”.
North Korea’s statement said that the United States had mobilized “war hardware” and “troops” in the operational area of the Korean Peninsula during Ulji Freedom Shield exercises, but also space forces “in its mainland” for the first time in history, and did so “despite our repeated warnings”, noting that the exercises are set to last until August 31st.
It also said that strategic assets such as a carrier, nuclear submarine, B-1B, and B-52H strategic bombers are set to join the military exercises, calling the drill “aggressive” and “conspicuous”.
North Korea Laments The Number Of Countries Joining The Joint Drills:
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