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We’ll watch action of US before deciding to hit its territory with missiles, N’Korea says



We'll watch action of US before deciding to hit its territory with missiles, N'Korea says

Defiant North Korea led by headstrong leader Kim Jong Un said it is holding fire on Guam but is watching the action of the US before deciding to hit the American territory with missiles.

Kim says his army has finalised plans to launch four missiles into the waters near the US Pacific territory of Guam, but are waiting for his order to strike.

The North Korean leader who inspected the command of the North’s army on Monday, examined the plan for a long time and discussed it with army officers, the official KCNA agency said.

“He said that if the Yankees persist in their extremely dangerous reckless actions on the Korean peninsula and in its vicinity, testing the self-restraint of the DPRK, the latter will make an important decision as it already declared,” it said.

Read also: CIA chief dismisses threat of possible nuclear war with North Korea

Yesterday, CIA Director Mike Pompeo denied claims that there’s an “imminent” threat of a nuclear war between the US and North Korea.

While addressing newsmen, Pompeo, explained that Donald Trump’s threats against Pyongyang can be described only a possible response for “certain actions.”

Recall that the US and North Korea have recently been engaged in a war of words with Pyongyang describing Trump’s “fire and fury” threat if an American territory is targeted or attacked by Pyongyang as a “load of nonsense”.

Sensing that his “fire and fury” rage at North Korea may not have struck the right chord, President Donald Trump fired another warning at Kim Jong-Un’s government to “get their acts together” or face extraordinary “trouble”.


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