Biden is ready to respond to North Korea if the situation in the peninsula escalates.

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Biden is ready to respond to North Korea if the situation in the peninsula escalates.

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U.S. President Joe Biden said the United States would take countermeasures if North Korea made the situation more tense on the Korean peninsula following recent missile testing, but Biden signaled that the United States remained open to negotiations.



“We are in consultation with our allies and partners. And will retaliate if North Korea is persistent to escalate tensions, ”President ติดตั้ง slotxo Biden said during a press conference at the White House. This marks the first official statement since President Biden took office. By President Biden stated that North Korea violates a United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolution, which prohibits the use of missile technology.



The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported that North Korea confirmed today it had launched a new guided missile test yesterday, with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un not attending to observe the missile test. As mentioned in any way


North Korea yesterday fired two missiles into the Sea of ​​Japan this morning. This marks the first launch of the missile in a year and the first time since Joe Biden assumed the presidency of the United States.


KCNA said two new guided missiles had been accurately hit targets in waters some 600 kilometers off the east coast of Korea.



KCNA also revealed, “The development of this weapon system is of great importance in enhancing the country's military power. As well as suppress all forms of military threats that exist on the Korean Peninsula. "


Rodon Newspaper North Korea's Sinmun published a photo of a missile fired from a launch pad. It is expected to be the same type of missile that was shown at a military parade last January.


While experts in foreign affairs revealed that North Korea's two missile test launches are aimed at testing a solution by President Biden's administration.



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