March 1, 2024

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Kim’s sister warns that North Korea’s nuclear weapon could destroy southern Sri Lanka

President Kim Jong Un’s influential sister on Tuesday promised that North Korea would “destroy” its nuclear weapons if the South Korean military launches a precautionary attack.

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Kim Yo-jong’s warning, carried out by state-run media, was his second outrageous reaction in three days to comments made by South Korean Defense Minister Xu Wook last week.

Chuh Wook said in his country on Friday that “there are missiles capable of hitting any target in North Korea accurately and quickly,” while Pyongyang has stepped up ballistic missile tests in recent months and threatens to restart nuclear tests.

In response, the North Korean news agency reported on Tuesday that Kim Yo-jung had discussed the “insane” Suu Kyi’s preemptive strike against nuclear weapons as “a huge mistake.”

“If South Korea chooses a military confrontation with us, our nuclear force will inevitably have to carry out its mission,” Kim Jong Un warned.

This key political adviser in Pyongyang was to serve as a means of preventing the “primary task” of his country’s nuclear forces, but recalled that in the event of an armed conflict, these weapons would be “used to eliminate armed men.” Enemy forces during a strike.

He said that in the event of a “terrible attack”, South Korean forces would face “worse fate, which is nothing but total annihilation and destruction.”

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“We do not see (them) as an enemy to our armed forces,” he told the South Korean military.

Ms Kim had already slammed Mr Suu Kyi’s “irresponsible comments” on Sunday, warning that the South needed to “regulate itself to avoid a catastrophe”.

North Korea stopped testing nuclear and long-range missiles when Kim Jong Un and then US President Donald Trump began high-level talks, which broke down in 2019. Negotiations stalled.

North Korea is celebrating the 110th birthday of its founder, current leader’s grandfather Kim Il Sung, this month.

In general, Pyongyang prefers to celebrate important anniversaries with military parades, large weapons tests or satellite launches.