United States Preparing ‘Shield’ To Protect From Low Level Threats From North Korea
U.S. President Barack Obama told CBS in an interview during visit to Hanover, U.S preparing to defend itself by setting-up a shield to counter the low level threats from North Korea.
President Barack Obama back to Washington in his white house after a week visit to Europe and Middle East, during his trip US president interviewed by co-host Charlie Rose on “CBS this Morning”, about the battleship in Syria Mr. President announced that he send 250 Additional troops to Syria to help them in combat against ISIS.
As North Korea regime continue to conduct the second Nuclear test of the year, United States threaten about their people that is the reason behind the preparing of a shield to block the relatively low level threaten emanating from “erratic” North Korea.
United States has to face other big challenges in Asia and the threat from North Korea as they claim for successful missile test, regarding North Korea Mr. President said the erratic enough but he described the North Korea’s regime as a Massive challenge.
In regards to North Korea, United States President Mr. Obama described a statement in ‘CBS This Morning’ interview to Charlie Rose ‘Our first priority is to protect the American people and our allies, the Republic of Korea, Japan, that are vulnerable to the provocative actions that North Korea is engaging in,’ also about their fend off from threaten from North Korea Mr. President said,
‘One of the things that we have been doing is spending a lot more time positioning our missile defense systems, so that even as we try to resolve the underlying problem of nuclear development inside of North Korea, we’re also setting up a shield that can at least block the relatively low-level threats that they’re posing right now,’