U.S and South Korea respond to North Korea’s ICBM with deep strike missiles

In response to North Korea’s launch Tuesday, U.S. and South Korea put up a show of force for Pyongyang firing “deep strike” precision missiles into the territorial waters of  South Korea. South Korean President Moon Jae-in ordered the drills arranged with the United States to show “North Korea our firm combined missile response posture,” his office said.

According to the office of South Korean President, Moon Jae-in ordered the drills collaborating with the United States to show “North Korea our firm combined missile response posture”. This reaction only seemed to delight the Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un, vowing they would never abandon nuclear weapons and would keep sending Washington more “gift packages” of missile and atomic tests, Politico reports.

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The U.S and the United Nation are quite unamused as a U.N Security Council meeting has been requested by the United States, Japan and South Korea to be held Wednesday.

The DPRK State media reported Wednesday that its leader Kim is “feasting his eyes” on the ICBM, and that he urged his scientists to “frequently send big and small ‘gift packages’ to the Yankees, with a broad smile on his face,” referring to the multiple nuclear and missile tests ordered since 2011 when he assumed office.

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