U.S. assailed for nuclear threat

Pyongyang, November 3 (KCNA) — True colors of the United States as the arch criminal preparing a nuclear war have been brought to light. Rodong Sinmun today in a signed commentary carried in this regard says:

Shortly ago, a U.S. non-governmental organization specializing in nuclear weapons disclosed that the United States deployed some 7,000 nuclear weapons in NATO member countries and more than 2,000 in the pacific early in the 1970s and keeps nukes in the countries where their deployment has not been known so far.

There are more than 10,500 strategic nuclear missiles in the United States, among them over 2,050 intercontinental ballistic missiles and 3,075 nuclear bombs.

Noting that most of the nuclear weapons are concentrated in the Asia-Pacific region, the commentary goes on:

Deployed in South Korea are more than 2,000 tactical nuclear weapons and a large number of depleted uranium bullets. South Korea is an area with the highest density of strategic weapon deployment in the world.

The U.S. represents the most dangerous nuclear war fanatics in this world.

What merits particular attention is that those nuclear weapons deployed by the U.S. are targeted at the DPRK. The Korean people are exposed to the threat of nuclear weapons of the U.S. wherever they are deployed. This threat is increasing because the U.S., a nuclear weapon state, is in the belligerent relations with the DPRK and does not implement the DPRK-U.S. agreed framework.

What can not be overlooked is that the United States openly asserts the “use of nuclear weapons” on the pretext of threat from the DPRK.

A clear example of this was outbursts made by such warmongers as Shalikashvili, former chairman of the U.S. joint chiefs of staff, at an interview concerning the “review of the nuclear war preparations” that the nuclear weapons deployed by the U.S. were meant “for implementing the mission of striking North Korea”.

Nuclear threat is coming to the DPRK from the U.S. The United States is the arch criminal increasing the nuclear threat.

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