North Korea warns Tokyo of ‘imminent self-destruction’ as Japan seeks record £37bn defence budget after giggling Kim fired a missile over the country

Thursday, August 31, 2017
By Paul Martin

North Korea’s test missile launch saw a ballistic missile fly over northern Japan
Kim Jong-un expressed satisfaction and warned it was merely a ‘curtain raiser’
Missile launch condemned by world leaders including Japan, U.S. and UK
Pyongyang warn Japan that siding with U.S. would see their ‘self-destruction’
South Korea and U.S. annual military ‘war games’ drills finished Thursday

31 August 2017

North Korea has warned Japan that joining the West in criticizing their nuclear missiles program means ‘imminent self-destruction’, as Tokyo moves to increase it’s military budget.

Tension between North Korea and the rest of the world has soared after Pyongyang fired a missile over Japan under the supervision of an overjoyed Kim Jong-Un.

Today, as Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe meets with his UK counterpart Theresa May, his defence ministry said it will request a record £37 billion annual budget to beef up its missile defence.

Japan’s response to the missile test, which set off global alarms and forced the population of the northern island of Hokkaido to run for shelter, has seemingly angered Pyongyang.

The North’s official KCNA news agency decried the former colonial power in a commentary, saying: ‘Japan has now come out with its sleeves rolled up in supporting its master’s anti-DPRK war moves.’

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