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Australia Kim Jong Un promises 'no more war' amid claims North Korea has nuclear deterrent tech

15:12  01 august  2020
15:12  01 august  2020 Source:   skynews.com.au

Kim says N Korea's nuclear arms guarantee security, prevent war

  Kim says N Korea's nuclear arms guarantee security, prevent war North Korea's leader signals he has no intention of giving up nuclear weapons despite deadlock in talks with US.Kim made the remarks on Monday as he celebrated the 67th anniversary of the end of the 1950-1953 Korean War at a reception for war veterans in Pyongyang, according to a report by the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on Tuesday.

SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has said there will be no more war as the Kim made the remarks as he celebrated the 67th anniversary of the end of the 1950-53 Korean War, which The speech came amid stalled talks aimed at dismantling Pyongyang's nuclear and missile

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has said there will be no more war as the country’s nuclear weapons guarantee its safety and future despite North Korea to bolster nuclear war deterrence : sbs.com.au - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has hosted a military meeting to discuss new

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North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un has announced there will be no more war on the Korean peninsula, Sky News host Brent O’Halloran says.

Mask or pistol: the two Koreas commemorate the armistice separately

 Mask or pistol: the two Koreas commemorate the armistice separately © STR Photo released on July 26 by the North Korean agency KCNA showing the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (c) surrounded by generals brandishing their pistols in Pyongyang, on the occasion of the 67th anniversary of the armistice in the peninsula In the north, leader Kim Jong Un surrounded by generals brandishing their pistols, in the south, masked veterans respecting social distancing: the two Koreas commemorated separately Monday the 67 years of the armistice in the peninsula.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has said there will be no more war as the country’s nuclear weapons guarantee its safety and future despite North Korea to bolster nuclear war deterrence : sbs.com.au - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has hosted a military meeting to discuss new

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has said there will be no more war as the country’s nuclear weapons guarantee its safety and future despite unabated outside pressure and military threats, state media said on Tuesday. reut.rs/2P0xwWT.

On the anniversary of the Korean War armistice, Chairman Kim told his people: “now we are capable of defending ourselves in the face of any form of high intensity pressure and military threats from imperialist and hostile forces”.

Kim Jong-un wearing a suit and tie © Provided by Sky News Australia

"Thanks to our reliable and effective self-defensive nuclear deterrent, there will no longer be war, and our country's safety and future will be firmly guaranteed forever."

There has been an uneasy truce between north and south Korea since the Korean war ended 67 years ago.

Russian navy to get hypersonic nuclear weapons: Putin .
The combination of speed and altitude of hypersonic missiles makes them difficult to track and intercept. Putin, who said he does not want an arms race, has often spoken of a new generation of Russian nuclear weapons he says are unequalled and can hit almost anywhere in the world. Some Western experts have questioned how advanced they are. 'Widespread deployment' Speaking on Sunday in St Petersburg at an annual naval parade that showcases Russia's best warships, nuclear submarines and naval aviation, Putin said the navy's capabilities were growing and it would get 40 new vessels this year.

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