The U.S. issued Kim Jong Ynu a “black mark”, said Pushkov
MOSCOW, 22 Oct — RIA Novosti. The Chairman of the Federation Council Commission on information policy Alexei Pushkov in his microblog on Twitter commented on the statement of CIA chief Michael Pompeo on the reaction of the Ministry on a ‘sudden death’ of DPRK leader Kim Jong-UN, saying it means that he “discharged a black mark”.
Pompeo previously said that, given the history of the CIA, if Kim Jong UN disappears, then it’s just not going to talk about it. Pompeo also said that the CIA is going to “become much more evil Agency.”
“The statement of the head of the CIA means one thing: Kim Jong Ynu issued a black mark. Just because the leaders don’t disappear. Another question is how feasible threat,” wrote Pushkov.
The confrontation between Pyongyang and Washington escalated after the military exercises the US and South Korea hitting on the DPRK in case of war. North Korea is afraid of the American threats and increases nuclear and missile potential.
In September, the DPRK announced the successful explosion of a hydrogen bomb, which, according to experts from Japan and South Korea may have a capacity of 160 kilotons — ten times more than the atomic bomb. It was the sixth nuclear test by Pyongyang.
Earlier, Russia and China offered the DPRK to declare a moratorium on nuclear tests and missile launches, and South Korea and the United States to refrain from conducting maneuvers in the region to stabilize the situation on the Peninsula, but in Washington, this initiative was ignored.