Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korea’s eccentric dictator Kim Jong Un, has warned America. Kim Yo Jong has said that if he wants to sleep peacefully for four years, then stay away from provocative steps. Yo Jong’s statement comes at a time when US Defense Minister Austin Lloyd and Foreign Minister Antony Blinken arrived in Tokyo for a round of Japan and South Korea. There is every possibility that North Korea’s nuclear program can be discussed during this visit.
Kim Jong Un’s key advisor Kim Yo Jong’s statement is Pyongyang’s first clear reference to a new US president. The United States and South Korea began joint military exercises last week. Speaking to Pyongyang’s official newspaper Rodong Sinmum, Kim Yo Jong said, “The US new administration is given a suggestion that wants to spread ammo on our land.” He warned America, if you want to sleep properly for the next four years, then it would be better to stay away from the smell of gunpowder from the beginning.
North Korea does not consider Biden as President
Earlier, the US had said that it has been trying to make diplomatic contact with Pyongyang for the past several weeks. However, he could not succeed. On the other hand, it has been three months for Biden to become the President of the US, but so far North Korea has not considered him as the President. The two countries have a dispute over Pyongyang’s missile and nuclear weapons program. The White House said on Monday that relations with North Korea, which had cooled down from the tenure of former President Donald Trump, are going to remain the same during the Biden term.
North Korea fueled by South Korea-US military exercises
Last week, US and South Korea troops started a joint military exercise. In such a situation, North Korea is agitated about this move of America-South Korea. Kim Jo Yong told government media that war practice and hostility can never go on with dialogue and cooperation. The joint practice has long been a source of resentment for Pyongyang. The country’s top leader Kim Jong has already said that if South Korea continues military exercises, the enmity between the two countries may increase.