North Korea Says South Will Pay ‘Harshest’ Price for Challenging Missile Tests

Saturday, July 22, 2017
By Paul Martin

South Korea will pay a harsh price for condemning the North’s most recent intercontinental ballistic missile test, Pyongyang mouthpiece Rodong Sinmun warned Saturday.

The South Korean National Assembly on July 18 adopted a resolution condemning the July 4 test of North Korea’s Hwasong-14 missile, warning that continued provocations by the North could lead to the “permanent extinction” of its leadership.

For that, the North Korean paper alleged, South Korea will “pay a price in the harshest way for daring to challenge our loft system and self-defense measure,” Yonhap reports.

Seoul recently asked for high level military and humanitarian dialogue between the two nations, which North Korea blasted as “nonsense.”

Instead, it accuses its southern neighbor of only ratcheting up hostility and tension with this resolution and doing nothing to promote unity, let alone unification.

In the meantime, North Korea will continue to perfect their ICBM technology.

“The army and people of the [Democratic People’s Republic of Korea] DPRK remain unchanged in their will not to flinch even an inch from the road of boosting their nuclear force as long as the US hostile policy and nuclear threat to the latter are not fundamentally removed,” the Rodong Sinmun story said.

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