North Korea declares sanctions ‘ACT OF WAR’ and vows to bolster terrifying nuclear arsenal

Sunday, December 24, 2017
By Paul Martin

NORTH Korea has blasted renewed UN sanctions as an “act of war” as Kim Jong-un has vowed to strengthen his nuclear arsenal.

Sun, Dec 24, 2017

The rogue state accused the international body’s moves as “tantamount to complete an economic blockade”.

North Korea’s foreign ministry said: “We define this ‘sanctions resolution’ rigged up by the US and its followers as a grave infringement upon the sovereignty of our Republic, as an act of war violating peace and stability in the Korean peninsula and the region and categorically reject the ‘resolution’.

“North Korea’s nuclear weapons are a self-defensive deterrence not in contradiction of international law.

“We will further consolidate our self-defensive nuclear deterrence aimed at fundamentally eradicating the US nuclear threats, blackmail and hostile moves by establishing the practical balance of force with the US.

“The US should not forget even a second the entity of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea which rapidly emerged as a strategic state capable of posing a substantial nuclear threat to the US mainland.

“Those countries that raised their hands in favour of this ‘sanctions resolution’ shall be held completely responsible for all the consequences to be caused by the ‘resolution’ and we will make sure for ever and ever that they pay heavy price for what they have done.”

Kim Jong-un also used his media mouthpiece, the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), to add that the US is afraid of its nuclear capabilities and becoming “more and more frenzied in the moves to impose the harshest-ever sanctions and pressure on our country”.

The country’s vow to bolster its military arsenal to consolidate its policy of nuclear deterrence is a move that will surely push nations closer to World War 3.

The UN universally voted in favouring of increasing the world’s stranglehold on despot leader Kim Jong-un on Friday as new limits were imposed on petrol and oil.

The rogue state was slapped down with a 90 per cent ban on petrol exports, limiting the regime to 500,000 barrels a year while a drafted UN resolution sees a crude oil supply quota of 4million barrels a year.

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