‘North Korea’s run out of patience’ Russian politician hints WW3 coming

Tuesday, November 28, 2017
By Paul Martin

A TOP Russian politician has warned North Korea’s patience has run out as it’s revealed its missile can hit “anywhere on Earth”.

By Rachel O’Donoghue
29th November 2017

Konstantin Kosachev, the chair of Russia’s Foreign Affairs Committee, said Kim Jong-un had shown incredible “restraint” over the past few months and not provoked the west.

His comments come as the regime fired a ballistic missile towards Japan – the first launch since mid-September.

The North’s rocket flew for 50 minutes and travelled 620 miles before landing in Japanese waters, provoking a furious response from Washington.

But Senator Kosachev suggested the regime was practically forced into this action after threatening rhetoric from the United States.

He said: “It’s a fact that during the past two months North Korea has been demonstrating restraint and did not provoke the international community by any means.

“Pyongyang, most likely, expected the same restraint in response on part of the West, both in judgments and actions.”

Senator Kosachev added yesterday’s missile launch was a clear sign Pyongyang’s patience has ended.

It comes as US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis says North Korea’s missiles can “threaten everywhere in the world”.

He revealed: “It went higher frankly than any previous shots they have taken.”

David Wright, the co-director of the global security programme at the Union of Concerned Scientists, said the latest missile strike indicates North Korea can target Washington DC.

He warned: “This is significantly longer than North Korea’s previous long-range tests, which flew on lofted trajectories for 37 minutes and 47 minutes.

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