US warns after North Korea hydrogen bomb test
The United States has given repeated warnings of a massive military attack on North Korea following its Pyongyang’s provocative detonation. The detonation is claimed to be a miniaturized North Korea Hydrogen Bomb.
Speculations surround that North Korea carried out a strong nuclear test that exceeded the power of 1945 atomic bombing of Hiroshima. The above speculation was confirmed by Defense Secretary, Jim Mattis on Sunday.
US President, Donald Trump called for an emergency meeting of his national security advisors and also had a telephonic conversation with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. However, he did not have a word with South Korea’s Moon Jae In as regard the North Korea Hydrogen Bomb detonation.
Not only this, he also threatened to stop all trade with any country doing business with North Korea amidst other drastic economic sanctions.
An earthquake measuring 6.3 on Richter scale was reported near the North’s main testing site on Sunday. It was also felt in parts of China and Russia following aftershocks shower possibly caused by a rock collapse. North Koreas also carried out two ICBM (intercontinental ballistic missile) launches that covered a significant US mainland. It was hailed as North Korea Hydrogen Bomb test and claimed in as a perfect success.
The defense secretary of US told reporters that any threat to the United States will foresee a massive military response which will be both effective and overwhelming. He also added that it doesn’t look forward to the total annihilation of North Korea, yet it has options if a need arises.
Reporters at North Korea state that the residents of the country are moving forward to jubilant celebrations as part of the unprecedently large blast which she furthermore added that the country has moved closer to the final destination of competing with state nuclear force. He condemned the arrest as profoundly destabilizing.
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