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11 days ago

North Korea Issues Warning Amid Joint US Military Drills

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North Korea , Issues Warning Amid , Joint US Military Drills.
On November 1, North Korea's Foreign
Ministry criticized the United States for joint
military exercises with South Korea. .
The ministry warned that North Korea
would respond to the exercises with , "more powerful follow-up measures.".
The Associated Press reports that the warning
comes as the U.S. and South Korea conduct
aerial drills involving over 200 warplanes.
The Associated Press reports that the warning
comes as the U.S. and South Korea conduct
aerial drills involving over 200 warplanes.
Pyongyang has called the drills
a rehearsal for a potential
invasion of North Korea.
The exercises come after North Korea
has ramped up its weapons testing, launching
over 40 ballistic missiles in 2022 alone. .
AP reports that these tests include the development
of intercontinental ballistic missiles and intermediate-
range missiles which were fired over Japan.
AP reports that these tests include the development
of intercontinental ballistic missiles and intermediate-
range missiles which were fired over Japan.
According to South Korean officials,
North Korea is expected to detonate its first
nuclear test device since September 2017.
According to Pyongyang,
the missile tests are meant
as a warning to the West.
An unidentified spokesperson from the North Korean Foreign Ministry said the joint drills expose the U.S. as the , "chief culprit in destroying peace and security.".
According to the spokesperson, the North
remains ready to take "all necessary measures"
to defend itself from outside military threats.
If the U.S. continuously persists
in the grave military provocations,
the DPRK will take into account
more powerful follow-up measures, Unnamed spokesperson from the North Korea's
Foreign Ministry, via Associated Press