US Ready to Fight With North Korea Says Lloyd Austin: US Defense Minister Lloyd Austin said in response to North Korea’s threat that the US was ready for war. North Korea condemned the military exercise between the US and South Korea. During this time, Kim Yong Jong, sister of dictator Kim Jong Un (Kim Jong Un), warned that if they (America) want to sleep peacefully for four years, then stay away from provocative steps. At the time of Jong’s statement, Austin and Foreign Minister Antoine Blinken arrived in Tokyo to visit Japan and South Korea.
As reported by Press TV, in a press conference Austin said, “Our security force is ready to fight tonight and we will continue to work on wartime operational control in command (South Korea)”. Kim Yo Jong (Kim Yo Jong) is the main advisor to his brother Kim Jong. He condemned the US-North Korea annual military exercise that began this month. Jong said that ‘war practice and hostility can never go on with dialogue and cooperation’ (US North Korea Sanctions).
‘Rehearsal Before Attack’
North Korea said that the exercise between the US and South Korea is a rehearsal before an attack. This practice was canceled last year due to the coronavirus epidemic. The situation remains the same between North Korea and South Korea, as it was during the 1953 War. Their war ended with a conflict and not with a peace treaty. In early January 2018, the two countries had grown to co-ordinate with each other. But even then the problem remained the same.
Kim-Trump met three times
Former US President Donald Trump had met with Donald Trump Kim Jong-un Meeting three times, but he did not agree to North Korea’s demand to lift sanctions in exchange for a nuclear program. Said. North Korea is adopting a hostile attitude towards the United Nations and the United States because they have imposed restrictions on it for working on the nuclear and missile program. So far, Joe Biden has not clarified his administration’s policy on North Korea after coming to power. But it is believed that they can also walk on the path of Trump administration.