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Kim Jong Un threatens to “eradicate” Yun-Chosun Ilbo: Daily news from South Korea

North Korean Prime Minister Kim Jong-un has cast his first personal threat on Thursday since President Yoon Suk-yul took office in May.

In a speech commemorating the 69th anniversary of the Korean Armistice Agreement on Wednesday, Kim said that if South Korea attempts a preemptive attack on North Korea, the Yun administration and South Korean troops will be “annihilated.”

Kim also warned the United States that his country was “fully ready” for any military conflict.

North Korean Prime Minister Kim Jong Un will speak in this photo from the Rodong Sinmun the next day at a ceremony to commemorate the 69th anniversary of the Korean Armistice Agreement in Pyongyang on Wednesday.

official [North] The Korean Central News Agency said on Thursday that South Korea threatened that “if it threatens our security and raises military tensions, South Korea will have to pay a legitimate price.”

“Such a dangerous attempt will be punished with a powerful force to annihilate the Yoon Sin Akira administration and his army.”

North Korean Prime Minister Kim Jong Un will make a toast on Wednesday during a ceremony in Pyongyang to commemorate the 69th anniversary of the Korean Armistice Agreement. [North] The next day, Korean Central News Agency.

President Yun called for a “first strike” against North Korea as a presidential candidate before North Korea provoked further. Immediately after his inauguration, he called North Korea the “main enemy” of South Korea.

Cheong Wa Dae expressed “deep regret” for Kim’s anger.

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