North Korean leader Kim Jong-un ordered Friday to prepare for strategic missile attacks against American continent and U.S. bases in the Pacific in response to training flights by bombers “invisible” type B-2, the background peninsula tensions AFP.
If a challenge “reckless” by the Americans, North Korean forces “must strike mercilessly American continent (…), military bases in the Pacific, including Hawaii and Guam, and those who are in South Korea” said Kim Jong-un, quoted by the official agency KCNA.
North Korea lacks the technology to enable it to launch missiles on targets at a distance so great, experts appreciate a majoritaate.
The United States announced Thursday that two bombers that can not be detected on radar, Type B-2, flew over South Korea in the training sessions to highlight the U.S. commitment to the South Korean ally during this period strong tensions on the peninsula. Kim Jong-un said that flying bombers were more than just a show of force and that they are the equivalent of an “ultimatum (the Americans) that look like they will trigger a nuclear war at all costs.”