US, South Korea May Face Atomic Attacks, North Korea Threatens


North Korea has once again threatened on Monday its rival United States and South Korea both may face nuclear strikes in the result of their military exercises.


A report was issued by Pyongyang in wake of US and South Korean military drills in which strictly condemned their advance saying if they don’t stop their strategies against North Korea so results may be worst for both nations.

As for we know, Washington and Seoul both carry out military exercises every year in which both nation’s troops join but this year 3 million South Korean and 17,000 United States’ soldiers are taking part.

The series of threats have been carrying out from young leader of North Korean Kim Jong Un since he took charge of his nation following death of his dictator father in December 2011.

However, it seems to be the joint army drills make disturb Pyongyang as when U.S. and North Korea launch their drills that was named annual defensive springtime was games, while the Kim Jong’s latest threats over exercises on Monday will be finishing at end of April.

North authorities has reportedly set all to tackle its enemies South and US who have been trying to violate its dignity, sovereignty and vital rights hence NK powerful National Defense Commission has directly threatened nuclear strikes on military bases of Washington and Seoul.

Pyongyang described in statement, “If we push the buttons to annihilate the enemies even right now, all bases of provocations will be reduced to seas in flames and ashes in a moment,”

Kim Jong had ordered a week ago it’s military to get ready to fire on its rivals if they try to violate North rules and regulations. On other side, South Korean authorities explained regarding their allies will work on drills precision attacks on NK leadership as well nuclear and missile arsenal.

South Korean troops and US both had started negotiations on 4 March, 2016 regarding deployment of an advanced anti-missile Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system in country, international news agencies reported.