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North Korea warns Washington Putin has the ‘right for any kind of retaliatory strike’ on the US

24th Jun 24 10:54 am

North Korea has issued Washington with a warning that Russia has the “right for any kind of retaliatory strike” as the US is expanding their military assistance to Ukraine.

A leading North Korean military official Pak Jong Chon said that Moscow has to the right to retaliate against the US as Washington is continuing with their “proxy war” with Russia.

The North Korean military official warned the US of a “new world war,” according to state media KCNA.

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Another North Korean official threatened the US with an “overwhelming new demonstration of deterrence” after President Joe Biden sent an aircraft carrier to hold joint exercises with South Korea.

The North Korean Vice Minister of Defence, Kim Kang II accused the US of a “dangerous” show of force.

Vladimir Putin has said that he will “not rule out” sending weapons to North Korea which threatens to “destabilise the Korean peninsula.”

South Korea has said that they are reconsidering to send to Ukraine and Putin warned Seoul “this would be a very big mistake.”

The Russian leader said that sending weapons to North Korea is a retaliatory move for the West sending weapons to Ukraine.

The Russian dictator said, “Those who send these [missiles to Ukraine], think that they are not fighting us, but I said, including in Pyongyang, that we then reserve the right to supply weapons to other regions of the world, with regard to our agreements with the DPRK.

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