North Korea, which has responded with ballistic missile tests, has once again threatened the United States.

Pyongyang, which criticized US Secretary of Defense Austin’s visit to South Korea, said it would respond with nuclear weapons to a possible military action.

As the aftermath of US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin’s visit to South Korea this week continued, a threatening message came out of North Korea against the US and its allies.

“The military-political situation on the Korean Peninsula and in the region has reached a red line due to reckless pro-conflict maneuvers and hostile actions by the United States and its allies,” the North Korean Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

Referring to Austin’s visit to Seoul, the statement said, “This is clear evidence of a dangerous US scenario that will turn the Korean Peninsula into a huge military arsenal and a critical war zone,” the statement said. It was stated that it would provoke the strongest reaction within the framework of the principle of “total war against total war”.

Stressing that “Pyongyang will continue its containment activities if the US continues to deploy strategic assets in and around the Korean Peninsula,” it was stated that North Korea is not seeking any dialogue with the US due to “Washington’s hostile policy.”


U.S. Secretary of Defense Lyold Austin visited South Korea earlier this week and released information that Washington and Seoul had agreed to deploy advanced military assets, including F-22s and F-35s, to the region to deter military threats from North Korea. . It was also stated that the joint exercises of the two countries will continue.

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