Infostani Sources- North Korea, asserting its right to self-determination, has threatened to conduct further satellite tests. Also announced the deployment of additional troops to the South Korean border. In pursuit of this objective, NK has restored previously demolished checkpoints on the South Korean border. The country’s foreign ministry reported the launch of a spy satellite last week. Intended to monitor the US and its regional allies. North Korean officials warned of a robust retaliation in the event of any military action by the US and its allies.
They declared the termination of their commitment to an accord. Also expressed intentions to increase troops and weapons along the South Korean border. South Korea’s Defense Ministry confirmed the arrival of North Korean troops with heavy weapons at the border.
On Monday morning, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un visited the space agency’s control center in Pyongyang. Inspecting fresh satellite images of locations such as the US Anderson Air Force Base in Guam and Rome. South Korean President Yoon Suk-you received a briefing on North Korea’s recent activities and issued orders for military preparations, according to his office. Additionally, NK’s foreign ministry criticized the Security Council for its perceived inactivity, accusing some member states of blindly following the US. Notably, China and Russia, as veto-wielding permanent members, have refused to participate in any new Security Council sanctions against Pyongyang.
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