North Korea: Kim Jong-un remains silent as country RECALCULATES attack strategy

Wednesday, November 8, 2017
By Paul Martin

NORTH Korea’s lack of missile activity could indicate leader Kim Jong-un is rethinking his aggressive strategy against the US and its allies as President Trump tours Asia, South Korean foreign minister Kang Kyung-wha warned.

By AURORA BOSOTTI
Express.co.ukWed, Nov 8, 2017

North Korea could still strike the United States once its military “fine-tunes” its missile arsenal capacities.

Speaking to NBC News, Ms Kang said: “They are using this lull to fine-tune some technical aspects of what further provocation they might undertake.

“Further provocations are always possible and so we are watching very closely. But certainly, this period of lull gives us an indication that North Korea is also recalculating.”

North Korea has ignored international condemnation and continued its efforts to push forward and create a deadly arsenal of nuclear weapons.

US President Donald Trump has labelled North Korea a “menace threatening the world with nuclear devastation” during his latest speech in Seoul.

Mr Trump attacked the regime of despot leader Kim Jong-un and called on “all responsible nations” to unite to halt the nuclear threat from the rogue state.

The US President warned North Korea against making a “fatal miscalculation” as fears of World War 3 continue to soar.

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