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North Korea condemns US strike on Syria and this justified the development of nuclear weapons

on Sat Apr 08, 2017 7:06 pm
North Korea condemns US strike on Syria and this justified the development of nuclear weapons

North Korea's Foreign Ministry issued a statement condemning the missile strike, the damage to US Syrian air base on the night of April 7

It is reported Reuters citing North Korean state agency KCNA.

The statement called the missile attack "obvious and inexcusable act of aggression against a sovereign state."

"Today's realities show that we must oppose the force strength, and bring in one million times that our decision to increase the possibility of nuclear deterrence was right" - said the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK.

April 7th US military launched 59 rockets on a military base of government troops in Syria, near Homs province. Missile attack is a response to a chemical attack in the Syrian province of Idlib.

Recall, April 4, on the Syrian opposition-controlled town of Khan Sheyhun suffered airstrike, which resulted in dozens of people have died from chemical poisoning.

The American destroyer USS Porter and the USS Ross in the night of April 7 fired 59 rockets aerodrome Shayrat Syrian government army in response to chemical bombing Idlib asadivskoyu aircraft.

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said that US forces strike on a military base in Syria is "on the brink of clashes with Russia"., Original in Ukrainian / на українській мові
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