Pyongyang Makes Statement about US Nuclear Threat
N Korea vowed to “weaponize” all of its plutonium in response to the latest UN sanctions
VLADIVOSTOK. June 15. VOSTOK-MEDIA – USA are placing a big amount of their nuclear weapons in South Korea and Japan, reported BBC with reference to official N Korean newspaper. These weapons, according to the newspaper, are ready to use against North Korea. It was reported that on Saturday the DPRK Ministry of Internal Affairs disseminated its statement about using military force in response to efforts to impose blockage on the country. It is said in the statement that in case USA and their supporters try to blockade DPRK, it will take resolute military counter-measures.
Pyongyang voiced its protest in response to resolution adopted by UN Security Council. The resolution provides sanctions against DPRK in connection with its new nuclear weapon test. North voices protest against the imposed sanctions, said Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic.
Pyongyang vowed to “weaponize” all of its plutonium and start enriching uranium in response to the latest UN sanctions.
A day earlier UN Security Council had approved a resolution that imposes collateral sanctions against DPRK. On Friday, the United Nations Security Council voted unanimously to impose tougher sanctions on the communist North, after its nuclear test on 25 May. The resolution condemns North Korea’s nuclear test and demands that the DPRK not conduct any further nuclear test and the country immediately and fully comply with its obligations under previous Security Council resolutions
The document provides for embargo on the transfer of arms to and from North Korea to include a broader range of items, along with financial transactions related to those items. It also prohibits the provision of services to North Korean vessels suspected of carrying cargo that violates Security Council resolutions.
The new resolution also calls upon North Korea to return immediately to the Six-Party Talks and demands that North Korea return to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons.
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