North Korea threatens the USA with ‘Guam Island’
NEWS CENTER - The North Korean administration has responded to US President Trump's harsh statements by targeting the Guam Island of the US in the Pacific Ocean.
Following US President Donald Trump's threats to North Korea, the Pyongyang administration threatened the US with a nuclear attack, targeting Guam Island.
North Korea's military representative, who threatened the US with a nuclear attack, could also preemptive strike, saying that “They could resort the preemptive strike as they realize the US provokes.”
A military spokesman for the North Korean Official News Agency (KCNA) said the Pyongyang administration had meticulously observed the strategy of the United States, where the air base was located, to deploy a medium or long-range missile attack on Guam Island in the Pacific Ocean.
The spokesman added that if the North Korean President Kim Jong-un orders, this plan will be implemented immediately.
US President Donald Trump told North Korea shortly before this statement that if they do not stop threatening, they would respond “with fire and fury” to North Korea.
Trump told journalists, “North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States, They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.”
Pyongyang said in its statement that aggravated UN sanctions would not abandon North Korea's nuclear program and they will not sit on the negotiation table as the admiration of Washington maintains its hostile stance. (ILKHA)