North Korea approves nuke strike on USA

4 years ago by in Korea

South Korean news agencies are reporting that North Korea has been moving its KN08 Musudan missiles to bases close to the Sea of Japan.

The KN08 Musudan missile is said to have a range of 4000km,  far enough to reach Guam and well within the range of being able to attack South Korea, Japan and possibly parts of Australia.

At the same time North Korea’s news agency announced that it has approved a nuclear strike against the United States. Warning that war could break out “today or tomorrow” with no mention of the nations’ leader Kim Jong-un.

Analyst believe that North Korea isn’t capable of reaching the mainland with its missiles but that it would more likely target US troops stationed in Japan or South Korea.