Nuclear War May Break Out Any Moment: North Korea Threatens US Again

Nuclear War May Break Out Any Moment: North Korea Threatens US Again

Nuclear War May Break Out Any Moment: North Korea Threatens US Again

Donald Trump has previously said that "North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States".

Tensions have escalated in the region as Trump and the North Korean leadership have engaged in a war of words over Pyongyang's ballistic missile and nuclear tests this year.

Kim In Ryong, the North Korean deputy United Nations ambassador, said that the condition on the Korean Peninsula has reached a touch-and-go point, which may trigger a nuclear war at any moment.

He said: "Threat from North Korea has heightened to levels never seen before".

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They are expected to further coordinate ways to address the North Korean threat, especially ahead of U.S. President Donald Trump's visit to the allies next month. He added that it is North Korea's prerogative to possess nuclear weapons, as it is the matter of their self-defense. Britain's Foreign Secretary said that North Korea's nuclear program should be halted by diplomacy. He said the US can forestall war through unified and consistent rhetoric, increased cooperation with key global players and a focus on increasing diplomatic and military capacity to properly address North Korea.

Among those most closely threatened by North Korea is the US territory of Guam.

As long as one does not take part in the USA military actions against the DPRK (North Korea), we have no intention to use or threaten to use nuclear weapons against any other country.

Tension between the USA and North Korea have escalated in recent months with Kim ramping up the country's nuclear armament, touting its intercontinental ballistic missiles could strike the U.S. As reported by the Daily Express, European Union leaders have this weekend made clear that they believe that diplomacy and economic pressure is the only way to deal with North Korea and avoid World War 3.

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