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Kim Jong Un’s sister criticizes South Korea’s president, warns to ‘end’ ties

किम जोंग उन की बहन ने की दक्षिण कोरिया के राष्ट्रपति की आलोचना, संबंधों को ‘खत्म’ करने की दी चेतावनी

Kim’s sister said that North Korea is expanding its military capabilities for self-defense without targeting any specific country and South Korea is also expanding its military capability.

Kim Jong Un’s sister criticized the President of South Korea

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s sister on Wednesday criticized the South Korean president and threatened to “completely end” bilateral ties. Both countries on Wednesday tested ballistic missiles within a few hours.

This development underlines the escalation of tension between rival countries. Kim’s sister, Kim Yo Jong, condemned the remarks made by South Korean President Moon Jae-in while observing the missile test. Moon said South Korea’s growing missile capabilities would “definitely act as a deterrent” against North Korea’s provocations.

Kim’s sister warns

The armies of South Korea and Japan confirmed North Korea’s test of two ballistic missiles at sea. A few hours after this development, South Korea conducted a missile test.

Kim’s sister said that North Korea is expanding its military capabilities for self-defense without targeting any specific country and South Korea is also expanding its military capability. “If the President indulges in blasphemy against us, then there will be retaliation and North-South relations will be on the verge of a complete collapse,” he said.

What did South Korea say?

On Monday morning, South Korea was told that North Korea has tested two ballistic missiles towards the East Sea. After which now South Korea also tested its first underwater missile. South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in’s office said in a statement that Moon witnessed the test on Wednesday afternoon of a country-made submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM).

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