North Korea plans to have four missiles ready in August to reach the US military base in Guam
North Korea has confirmed Thursday, a day after threatening the United States with bombing the island of Guam, it prepares four missiles to carry out the attack in mid-August, thus taking a further step in its threat against Donald Trump. They assert the American president “lacks reasoning” and he only responds to the use of force.
“A reasonable dialogue is impossible with a guy so he lacks reasoning, and with him only the absolute force works”, the state agency said, citing North Korean general Kim Rak Gyom in a rhetorical escalation with the United States over North Korea’s nuclear program.
Trump threatened North Korea this week with a flood of “fire and anger like the world has never seen” if it persists in developing its nuclear program. Pyongyang later said it considered launching a ballistic missile attack on US military bases on the island of Guam in the Pacific Ocean.
The North Korean general said that by mid-August the plan of attack could be ready to launch four missiles that would fly over Japan and will be presented for approval to North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un as a “crucial warning to the United States”.