The dark skies seems to be on the rise as the ‘war of the words’ between the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, and the United States President, Donald Trump just doesn’t seem to be seeing an end anytime soon. According to the reports, retaliating to previous remarks of the US President against North Korea, its foreign minister said that the US will pay with ‘hail of fire’. North Korea’s increasing defence power with its leader claiming the possession of ‘Hydrogen Bomb’ and its increasing ballistic missile tests had sent worries across Japan and US.
According to a Russian news agency, North Korea’s foreign minister said, “Donald Trump has lit the wick of war with North Korea and his country will be made to pay with a hail of fire”. North Korea’s nuclear program guaranteed peace and safety in the region and would not be a matter of discussion, Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho added.
The nations US and North Korea have been witnessing tensed relationships from past few weeks. The tensio9ns have risen over, Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons test and missile programs. Japan had also been expressing its concerns over North Korea’s ballistic missile tests, which flew over Japan before plunging into the northern Pacific Ocean.
While speaking to TASS, the foreign minister said, “With his bellicose and insane statement at the United Nations, Trump, you can say, has lit the wick of a war against us. We need to settle the final score, only with a hail of fire, not words.” North Korea’s foreign minister seems to be igniting the fire between Donal Trump and Kim Jong Un. Previously, he had called Donald Trump as ‘President Evil’.
Hinting that North Korea is ready to face US in the war fields, he said that North Korea has almost reached the last point on the journey towards its final goal of achieving the balance of power with the United States. Ruling out any discussion involving the nuclear weapons, he said, “Our principal position is that we will never agree to any talks in which our nuclear weapons will be the subject of negotiations.”
With North Korea coming out in open, all eyes will be on Donald trump’s Twitter handles, waiting for him to toss the ball again on Kim Jong Un’s court.