World War 3: North Korea attacks Japan with ‘TOUGH’ response to army annihilation drills

Tuesday, October 24, 2017
By Paul Martin

NORTH Korea has threatened Japan with a “tough” response to the current military drills being conducted between Tokyo and Washington, it has been revealed.

By JOSEPH CAREY
Express.co.uk
Wed, Oct 25, 2017

A spokesman for the Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee issued the renewed threat from the hermit kingdom in a move increases world tensions.

They said: “As it becomes clear that Japan steps up its final preparations for the re-invasion of Korea with the backing of the US, North Korea cannot but exercise the right to take tough self-defensive countermeasures.

“There is a limit to patience and if there is a source of misfortune nearby, it is needed to remove it immediately.”

The latest threats from the isolationist state come as Japanese, South Korean and American naval forces begun a set of military drills on Monday.

The exercises are part of a two-day effort to prepare in the event of an act of annihilation from despot leader Kim Jong-un.

The South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff stated: “The latest exercise is designed to prepare against growing nuclear and missile threats by North Korea in accordance with the agreement made during the 48th Security Consultative Meeting between South Korea and the US in October 2016.”

The drills will not consist of missile tests but instead a fictional scenario where the three nations are informed of a nuclear strike and have to evacuate citizens and act accordingly.

The statements from North Korea come as Japanese leader Shinzo Abe recently won a thumping re-election victory after vowing to take a tough stance on North Korea.

Mr Abe called the citizens to the ballot last month, saying he needed a new mandate to tackle a “national crisis” from North Korea’s nuclear threats.

He has backed Donald Trump’s tough stance towards Pyongyang that all options, including military action, are on the table.

Donald Trump will meet with the re-elected leader on November 5 during his tour of Asia.

North Korea has previously thrown a tantrum over the military drills currently taking place on the Korean peninsula.

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