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Pyongyang Revokes Nuclear Moratorium and Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile Test

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North Korean Leader, Kim Jong-un announced that his side has revoked a moratorium on nuclear weapons and inter-continental ballistic missile tests. He set deadline December 31 2019 for the United States to make several concessions after 18-month diplomacy, President Donald Trump did not produce satisfactory results.

In the 5th Plenary Meeting of the North Korea Workers' Central Committee on Tuesday (31/12), Leader Kim Jon g-un emphasized that his country would turn to concrete actions that might shock and make the United States pay the pain suffered by North Korean people.


North Korea will introduce new strategic weapons in the near future. However, it is still unclear whether the test will be conducted soon. It is possible that Leader Kim Jong-un's announcement is a "shot" warning to President Donald Trump to lift the sanctions.


Pyongyang will continue to develop the strategic weapons and prerequisites needed for the country's security until the US changes its unfriendly policies and builds stronger peacekeeping mechanisms with North Korea.


Meanwhile, U.S. President Donald Trump, who has met Leader Kim Jong-un for three times, often calls North Korea's restraint a major diplomatic achievement. In contrast to Kim Jong-un's statement, when speaking with reporters on Tuesday (31/12) night at the Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, President Donald Trump even said that he still had "very good relations" with Leader Kim Jong-un. President Donald Trump believes North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un will uphold his commitment to denuclearization.


North Korea has conducted ballistic missile tests that can reach the mainland of the United States of America. But of course, acts of violence are not the best way to solve problems on the Korean Peninsula, as stated by US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo so that Washington can choose peace and prosperity instead of disputes and battles with North Korea.

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