They were published shortly after the American strategic bombers B-1B in support for the fighters flew along the border of North Korea
Bomber B-1B Lancer at the base on GUAM preparing to fly to the borders of Chhota: epa/vostock-photo
– A series of photographic and motion collages, which simulated the destruction of an American bomber B1-B, F-35 and aircraft carrier “Carl Vinson” North Korean missile “Pachuco”, distributed in the Sunday pages of the North Korean Internet portal “North Korea today”, reports “Renhap”.
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These collages were published shortly after several strategic U.S. bombers B-1B in support of the fighters flew along the border of the DPRK.
Planes flying East of the DPRK, and, as noted in the Pentagon, “they moved to the North from the demilitarized zone, farther than ever in the XXI century”.
N. Korea releases propaganda photos of U. S. bomber, supercarrier under attack https://t.co/0RDAilHFHH
— Yonhap News Agency (@YonhapNews) 24 Sep 2017
On Tuesday, the President of the United States Donald trump, speaking at the UN General Assembly, said he would “completely destroy” North Korea, if that country would pose a threat to America or its allies. In response, North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN on Friday issued a statement in which he promised to take “the most serious in the history of countermeasures” against the United States. Trump’s statement at the UN the head of North Korea called “a fool.”
On Sunday, the foreign Minister of the DPRK ri Yong Ho said that the direction of North Korean missiles on the United States is “already inevitable” as a reaction to “suicide mission” of the American President.
From the rostrum of the UN General Assembly, he said that the DPRK has entered the final stage of creating a nuclear Arsenal. The head of the foreign Ministry of North Korea said that the nuclear forces of his country “are part of the military deterrence, in order to put an end to the nuclear threat emanating from the United States, and to prevent their military intervention”.
As stressed by Lee Yong-Ho, “our ultimate goal is to create balance with the United States.”