US and South Korea vow to end Kim Jong-un's regime with a nuclear strike

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US and South Korea vow to end Kim Jong-un's regime with a nuclear strike
US and South Korea vow to end Kim Jong-un's regime with a nuclear strike
4 November, 10:17In the world
South Korean Defense Minister Lee Jong Sub said that any nuclear attack against the United States and its allies by North Korea would end the regime of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Defense Secretary Austin and I reaffirmed that any nuclear attack by the DPRK, including the use of tactical nuclear weapons, is unacceptable and will lead to the overthrow of the Kim Jong-un regime with an overwhelming and determined alliance response, the minister said.

His American colleague Lloyd Austin pointed out that Washington and Seoul decided to continue the joint military exercise "Vigilant Storm" (Vigilant Storm).

On the eve of the DPRK fired three missiles towards the Sea of Japan. The day before, Pyongyang fired at least 17 missiles into the Sea of Japan and the Yellow Sea. Official Seoul considered these steps of Pyongyang a provocation and, in fact, a violation of the border of the territory of the republic. On October 28, North Korea launched two short-range missiles towards the Sea of Japan. At the end of September, Pyongyang fired two ballistic missiles towards the Sea of Japan. They fell outside the Japanese economic zone.

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