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Officially.. North Korea declares itself a nuclear power

Officially.. North Korea declares itself a nuclear power   North Korea's parliament declared the country a nuclear power on Friday, with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un stressing that Pyongyang's possession of nuclear weapons is an irreversible right.    The leadership of Kim Jong Un is fully in charge of decisions about the use of nuclear weapons, according to the parliament.

 


Officially.. North Korea declares itself a nuclear power


North Korea's parliament declared the country a nuclear power on Friday, with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un stressing that Pyongyang's possession of nuclear weapons is an irreversible right.


The leadership of Kim Jong Un is fully in charge of decisions about the use of nuclear weapons, according to the parliament.



Announcing the signing of a law making his country a nuclear power, Kim said:


  • "We will never accept nuclear disarmament," he said.
  • Nuclear weapons are the last option if we are under an invasion or imminent threat.
  • the official Korean Central News Agency reports.


The North Korean leader, speaking at a meeting of the Supreme People's Assembly, noted that "there will be no negotiations for nuclear disarmament in our country."


Kim Jong Un stressed that there was great importance in legitimizing nuclear power policy.


Kim accused the United States of attempting to bring down the North Korean regime by making his country renounce its nuclear power and self-defence rights, explaining that the United States hopes to pressure North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons with strict sanctions.


He stated that North Korea would never give up even after a "hundred years" of sanctions against his country.


  • North Korean leader accuses US President Joe Biden administration
  • Pursuing a hostile policy against his country
  • Although Biden's cabinet has repeatedly offered
  • Meeting with North Korean officials without preconditions.


Yonhap, South Korea


said that through the enactment and disclosure of the "nuclear power" policy, North Korea reinforced its claim to be a "nuclear power" and clarified its policy not to abandon its nuclear weapons.


In an article entitled "


Work of the Supreme People's Assembly of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea on Nuclear Forces Policy


North Korea's Central News Agency reported that the Supreme People's Assembly had adopted the Law on Nuclear Power Policy.


North Korea asserted that the nuclear force was subject to the sole order of the Chairman of the State Affairs Committee and that the Chairman of the State Affairs Committee had every authority to make decisions on nuclear weapons.


The article was reported by Yonhap.


If the State's nuclear force command and control system is in danger due to an attack by a hostile force, the nuclear strike to destroy hostile forces including the provocation source and command position is done automatically and immediately, he revealed that an automatic nuclear counterattack would be launched in the event of an attack on Chief Kim.


Yonhap noted that in case of emergency injury


At the Kim Jong Un command centre, the operational plan for the nuclear attack developed for each operational unit is automatically implemented, noting that this provision confirms that North Korea's policy of using nuclear weapons is offensive.


North Korea... Law Allowing a Nuclear Strike


North Korea declared itself a nuclear Power and passed a law allowing it to conduct preventive nuclear strikes.


North Korean leader Kim Hong Un said his country's nuclear forces were ready to deter any provocations from America and its allies.


White House: Ready for negotiations with North Korea without preconditions


White House spokeswoman Karen Jean-Pierre said Washington was not setting out North Korea's hostile intentions, and was ready for negotiations with Pyongyang to make the Korean peninsula nuclear-weapon-free.


"We are aware of these reports," Jean-Pierre said, noting that North Korea's parliament declared the country a nuclear state.


According to her, the United States remains committed to continuing close coordination with allies and partners to respond to the threat posed by North Korea and to achieve the common the total denuclearization of the Korean peninsula is the intended outcome.


We have made it quite obvious that we don't intend to be unfriendly to North Korea.


We continue to seek diplomatic cooperation and are ready to hold a meeting without preconditions.



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