BREAKING: N. Korea Just Reached FINAL STAGES Of Nuclear WEAPONIZATION- Here’s What We Know

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South Korea’s foreign minister warned that Pyongyang’s nuclear program poses danger to every corner of the world and is calling for cutting off crude oil supplies to North Korea and stopping coal imports from the country.

South Korean Foreign Affairs Minister Yun Byung-se told the UN Security Council on Friday that North Korea has almost completed its nuclear development program, ultimately putting every country in the world in imminent danger.

“North Korea is now at the final stage of nuclear weaponization and claims to be a nuclear weapon state,” Yun said. “Rapid development of ballistic missiles of all types and ranges now threaten to reach every corner of the world.”

The UN Security Council should consider cutting off crude oil supplies to North Korea and stopping coal imports from the country in response to Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons-related activities, Yun Byung-se said.

“We could take potent measures, such as halting the export and supply of crude oil to North Korea, completely cutting up North Korean hard currency earnings by, for instance suspending all imports of coal from North Korea,” Byung-se stated.

Tensions surrounding North Korea’s activities with both nuclear and ballistic missiles have escalated in recent months after Pyongyang conducted a number of nuclear tests and ballistic missile launches in violation of UN Security Council resolutions, Sputnik reports.

America’s Freedom Fighters reported earlier that on April 16th North Korea attempted to launch a missile on its east coast but it failed. U.S. Pacific Command said the missile “blew up almost immediately.”

North Korea warned America to end its “military hysteria” or face retaliation.

It came a day after the state warned the US that it was “ready to hit back with nuclear attacks” amid mounting tension in the region.

The reclusive state said it was prepared to respond to any attacks with “nuclear attacks of our own style”.

The North launched a ballistic missile from the same region earlier this month ahead of a summit meeting between the leaders of the United States and China, its key ally, to discuss the North’s increasingly defiant arms program.

The White House has said U.S. President Donald Trump has put the North “on notice” while the possibility of U.S. military action against Pyongyang has gained traction following U.S. strikes against Syria on April 7.

Trump has ordered a navy strike group flagshipped by a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier to head to the region as a show of force as his officials assess tougher economic sanctions as well as military options against the North.

The North has in turn warned of a nuclear strike against the United States if provoked.

“[The UN Security Council should be] seriously considering whether North Korea, a serious offender, is qualified as member of the United Nations, as well as downgrading diplomatic relations with North Korea,” Yun stated.

President Trump warned that a “major, major conflict” with North Korea could result from the ongoing standoff over its nuclear and missile programs, but he would prefer a diplomatic and peaceful outcome to the dispute.

“There is a chance that we could end up having a major, major conflict with North Korea. Absolutely. We’d love to solve things diplomatically, but it’s very difficult,” Trump said.

And as I am writing this, news just came over the wire that N Korea JUST fired off another ballistic missile…


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