North korea ruler Kim Jong un has expressed dangerous intention to resume work on nuclear weapons. nuclear weapons resume work


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North Korea’s ruler Kim Jong has expressed dangerous intentions! Signal given to resume work on nuclear weapons


  • Kim Jong Un holds a meeting of the ruling Workers’ Party’s politburo
  • North Korea recently intensified its weapons demonstration exercise
  • Missiles were tested in four rounds this month

Seoul: North Korea’s ruler Kim Jong has once again expressed his dangerous intentions. North Korea accused the United States of promoting hostility and threats and said it would consider resuming work on “temporarily suspending all activities” that it engaged in during diplomacy with the Trump administration. was paused. Through this statement, North Korea has signaled to resume testing of nuclear weapons and long-range missiles.

Kim Jong Un holds politburo meeting

North Korea’s official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said the country’s leader, Kim Jong Un, presided over a meeting of the ruling Workers’ Party politburo, in which officials called on North Korea to counter the “hostile tactics” of the Americans. set policy goals with the aim of “immediately strengthening” the military capabilities of the U.S. KCNA said that the officials have directed to brainstorm on the issues related to the resumption of all the temporarily suspended activities.

Demonstration of weapons intensified
North Korea has recently stepped up its weapons demonstration exercise. As part of this exercise, missiles have been tested in four rounds this month. Its purpose may be to put pressure on Washington again on long-stalled nuclear diplomacy with the US.

Last week the Biden administration imposed restrictions
Last week, the Biden administration imposed new restrictions on North Korea’s relentless missile testing activity, prompting North Korea’s foreign ministry to warn of strict action. The United Nations Security Council has called a meeting on Thursday to discuss North Korea and nuclear disarmament.




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