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North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said in a statement to the country’s media that if necessary, he would respond with nuclear weapons to nuclear threats. These statements by Kim Jong-un were made a day after the test of an intercontinental missile by North Korea.

North Korea’s official news agency KCNA released footage of Kim Jong-un watching a missile test with his daughter. The news agency reported that Kim said in a statement that the country has a reliable and maximum weapons capability.

“Our party and government will give a total response to nuclear weapons,” said Kim Jong-un. The North Korean leader referred to nuclear threats against them from the United States and its allies.

Most recently, North Korea tested an intercontinental missile on Friday. After staying in the air for 4 hours, the tested rocket fell about 200 km from the coast of Japan.

The US administration condemned the latest missile test and recalled that the missile test was contrary to UN Security Council resolutions. Washington pointed out that the tests carried out by North Korea have increased tension in the region and damaged stability.

According to him, the lawsuit in South Korea was a clear provocation and posed a threat to peace in the region.

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida also said in a statement that they could not justify North Korea’s provocative stance.

UN reaction

The UN Security Council will also meet on Monday at the call of the United States to discuss North Korea’s actions.

UN Secretary-General António Guterres said in a statement through his spokesman that he condemned North Korea’s missile tests in the strongest possible terms. Guterres urged North Korea to stop these provocative attempts.

North Korea, on the other hand, is signaling that it will continue testing in response to US and South Korean military exercises in the region. North Korea has conducted more than 70 missile tests this year, including ICBMs.

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