Russia ‘warned of IMMINENT nuclear strike’ by North Korea on the US

Saturday, November 11, 2017
By Paul Martin

NORTH Korea warned it was primed and ready to launch a nuclear attack on the US in a personal message sent to Vladimir Putin.

By Henry Holloway
11th November 2017

Russian’s leader was reportedly informed by Kim Jong-un’s regime that the rogue nation was preparing to a nuclear attack on the US.

Putin then passed this information on to Washington, triggering Donald Trump to take a softer touch on North Korea – it is claimed.

Kremlin officials have said they are “unaware” of such a letter, reports Russian media.

North Korea had previously sent letters to their neighbours urging them to side with them in a war against the US.

The revelations come as Putin meet with the US President today in Vietnam amid continuing fears of war on the Korean Peninsula.

Russia’s Chairwoman of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko revealed last month she had received a letter from North Korea directly addressed to Putin.

It is claimed by sources that this letter contained a direct warning of an imminent nuclear attack on the US.

Tensions have been raging as the rogue state refuses to give up its quest of nuclear-capable ICBMs.

Trump has eased on his war-talk from earlier this year when he said the US could “totally destroy” North Korea and promised “fire and fury”.

His tour of Asia, which has been dominated by the threat from Kim, saw him act significantly more statesman-like than ever before.

The US President urged North Korea to come to table, and “hoped to God” there would be no conflict in speech just 35-miles from the rogue state in Seoul.

However, he did warn: “This a very different administration than the United States has had in the past. Do not underestimate us. And do not try us.”

It is unclear if this apparent change in policy is linked to this alleged letter sent to the Russians.

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