Kim Jong-UN: North Korea will conduct new missile tests
The leader of North Korea said that the test “will continue as long as the United States and its vassals don’t make the right choice.”
PYONGYANG, may 15. /Offset. TASS Yuri Sidorov/. DPRK leader Kim Jong-UN instructed the scientists and engineers in the missile industry “to prepare for new tests.” As reported on Monday by news Agency KCNA, he said this after a conducted may 14 to launch a ballistic missile medium-range “Hanson-12” of new type, which flew the 787 km.
You need to “create a more precise and diversified nuclear device and a impact means, and also to prepare for new tests, which will continue as long as the United States and its vassals don’t make the right choice,” said the leader.
Calling the DPRK a “nuclear power with a powerful military deterrent,” Kim Jong-UN stressed that Pyongyang “is ready to give an answer if the US dares to carry out military provocation against the people’s Republic of”.
According to the KCNA, the DPRK successfully carried out on Sunday the launch of a ballistic missile medium-range “Hanson-12”. The launch was made with a view to ensuring the security of neighbouring States, notes the news Agency. The test was conducted to evaluate “the tactical and technological features of a ballistic missile of a new type, intended for large nuclear warheads”.
The resolutions of the UN Security Council, the DPRK prohibits any activity associated with the development of nuclear weapons and their means of delivery. In Pyongyang, these documents do not recognize, arguing that the country has every right to strengthen the defense capability amid the hostile policy of Washington.