Russia-Ukraine Conflict Kim Jong-un launches missile, blaming US for Ukraine crisis

Russia-Ukraine Conflict: Kim Jong-un launches missile, blaming US for Ukraine crisis

World has fallen asleep in the Ukraine-Russia war. Increasing tensions, North Korea launched a missile this time. Kim Jong Un’s move has raised concerns in the international arena. It is reported that the missile was launched from Sunan on the east coast near Pyongyang International Airport in North Korea at 8:52 am on Sunday. South Korea’s military chief has claimed that a missile launched by North Korea on that day has landed at sea off Japan.

Meanwhile, Pyongyang has accused the United States of being the real culprit behind the Russia-Ukraine conflict. For the first time, North Korea has officially opened its mouth on this issue, but it has sided with Russia. The eternal enemy is America.

Russia-Ukraine Conflict: Kim Jong-un launches missile, blaming US for Ukraine crisis

According to the State Department’s website, the crisis was caused by the United States’ attempts to expand its power by denying Russia’s legitimate security concerns. The root cause of the crisis lies in America’s tyranny and arbitrariness. The problem is that the United States is taking a two-pronged stance on the internal affairs of other countries in the name of peace and stability. But all countries have the right to take action to protect their national security. America’s monopoly will no longer exist. Informed quarters think that Kim Jong Un, standing by Russia’s side, has made his country’s words clear in this way.

By the way, the snake-neul relationship between North Korea and America and the western countries is well known. Known as the ‘dictator’, Kim never tolerates America’s ‘grandfathering’. On the contrary, they are increasing their strength to jump against America. Kim’s government has repeatedly demonstrated its ability to launch missiles. North Korea has fired several missiles at the start of the new year. And this time in the military crisis, Kim’s country stood by its long time friend Russia. 

 

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