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South Korea: 'Nuclear attack on us will be the end of North Korea's rule', South Korea warns Kim Jong

Pankaj Prasad
North Korea testing Nuclear Weapons
North Korea testing Nuclear Weapons

South Korea has issued a warning to the Kim Jong-un regime amid increasing missile and rocket tests from North Korea.

South Korea has issued a warning to the Kim Jong-un regime amid increasing missile and rocket tests from North Korea. Seoul has said that if North Korea launches any kind of nuclear attack on it, it will be the end of the regime led by Kim Jong-un.

Recently, talks were held between the US and South Korea regarding the deployment of weapons at the military level. Fueled by this, North Korea had conducted a missile test. Also issued a warning that the deployment of US nuclear-capable submarines and other diplomatic assets in the region could become a compulsion to use its nuclear weapons.

North Korea had warned of the use of nuclear weapons

Significantly, North Korea's Defense Minister Kang Sun-nam had condemned the arrival of America's 18,750-tonne Ohio Class Missile Submarine (SSBN) USS Kentucky to South Korea a day earlier. This is the first time since 1981, when America has sent its submarine to South Korea. The US Navy submarine reached Busan on Tuesday in view of the first Nuclear Consultative Group (NCG) meeting between the two countries. Regarding this, North Korea had warned both countries about the use of nuclear weapons.

South Korea said on North Korea's threat that the Kim regime's nuclear program and missile tests are a clear violation of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolutions and. Currently, North Korea is the only country to threaten South Korea and the US alliance with nuclear attacks. South Korea has warned that if there is an incident like a nuclear attack, its response will be immediate, large-scale and final. We warn against it (the attack), because it will be the end of the regime of North Korea.

North Korea tests cruise missiles again

Meanwhile, North Korea once again tested cruise missiles on Saturday morning. South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said the missiles were fired from North Korea into the Yellow Sea between China and the Korean Peninsula. They were fired at around 4 am. According to JCS, South Korean and US intelligence agencies are closely monitoring these activities.