North Korea accuses Britain of ‘ACT OF WAR’ as UK deploys THREE warships to Kim’s doorstep

Monday, April 16, 2018
By Paul Martin

NORTH Korea has shockingly accused Britain of an “act of war” as three Royal Navy warship deploy to Kim Jong-un’s doorstep.

By Henry Holloway
16th April 2018

Britain has three warships active near the Korean Peninsula helping to tackle illegal trade with the rogue state.

North Korea fumed and called the deployment “nothing short of an act of war” as the Royal Navy take a leading role in enforcing UN sanctions.

Kim’s rogue state is being strangled by tough UN-sanctions to try and make him give-up his nuclear weapons.

War fears escalated last year after North Korea tested scores of missiles and detonated a hydrogen bomb.

UK officials were blasted by North Korea for “poking into affairs that are none of their business”.

HMS Sutherland, HMS Albion and HMS Argyll are all on station helping to monitor any vessels who may try to illegally trade with North Korea.

Tankers and freighters have been caught on camera giving illegal oil to Kim’s vessels as North Korea struggles under the crushing weight of the sanctions.

The Royal Navy frigates will help police this trade as Pyongyang looks set to crack and agree to give-up its nukes in talks with the US.

North Korea has been evading UN sanctions by importing banned goods and even parts for its nuclear programme.

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