North Korea responds to Biden’s warning of missile test: ‘provocation’ | The world

North Korea responds to Biden's warning of missile test: 'provocation' |  The world

In a statement issued by the state agency KCNA, North Korea accused the United States of “interference” and “provocation” and the US president expressed strong hostility.

The statement was signed by Ri Pyong-Chol, a senior official who oversaw this week’s missile test – the first such launch with Biden in the White House.

Ry Pyong-Chol praises other military officials at the missile launch site in North Korea, in a photo released on Friday (26) – Photo: KCNA via Reuters

“I think the new U.S. government has taken the first wrong step,” Ri said in a statement.

“If the United States continues to make these careless statements without thinking about the consequences, it could be a bad thing,” he warned. “.

Photos of North Korea’s new missile during a test on Thursday (25) – Photo: REUTERS via KCNA

North Korea reported on Thursday that the launch was an experiment after Joe Biden arrived at the White House New “Guided Strategic Projectile” Equipped with solid fuel engine.

North Korea launches two ballistic missiles in defiance of international sanctions

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has said ballistic missiles were banned from being developed by North Korea under a number of UN Security Council resolutions.

In the past, Pyongyang has repeatedly tested weapons to achieve its long-term goals.

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