Kim Yo Jong threatened
Kim Jong Un’s sister Kim Yo Jong said many derogatory things about South Korea. He called South Korean President Yun Seok Yeol and his government stupid for South Korea’s statement regarding sanctions to be imposed on North Korea. South Korea’s Foreign Ministry has said it is reviewing additional unilateral sanctions on North Korea over its missile tests. The ministry said it would also consider banning and cracking down on alleged cyberattacks if North Korea carries out a major provocation such as a nuclear test, a major new source of funding for its weapons program.
tension on the korean peninsula
North Korea believes that South Korea and the US are trying together to bend it. It has often been seen that whenever the US and South Korea conduct joint military exercises, shortly thereafter, Kim Jong Un fires a missile. North Korea wants to show that it is not afraid of the jackals of both. Kim Yo Jong said in a conversation with the government media, what a spectacle this is! What sanctions are being imposed on North Korea? He has tried to say that South Korea dances to the tune of America and runs after the bones thrown by Washington.
South Korea creating dangerous situation
Kim Jong Un’s sister Kim Yo Jong, giving South Korean government the status of a conservative government, said that the government of new President Yun Seok Yeol is creating a dangerous situation. He said that South Korea was “not our target”. Kim Yo Jong said that, North Korea is giving another warning to the daring and foolish. If the US and its South Korean puppets try to impose tough sanctions, they will do so. Will fuel enmity and anger with North Korea North Korea’s displeasure will act as a trap for America and South Korea.
Tension between North Korea and South Korea
Last month, South Korea imposed sanctions on 15 North Korean individuals and 16 organizations suspected of engaging in illegal activities to finance North Korea’s nuclear weapons and missile programs. These were Seoul’s first unilateral sanctions on North Korea in five years. However, experts say that these were symbolic steps in a way as financial transactions between the two Koreas are very less. Let us tell you that since 2006, North Korea is undergoing UN sanctions imposed on its nuclear and missile tests.
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