In North Korea’s first comments directed at the Biden administration, Kim Jong Un’s powerful sister warned the United States to “refrain from causing a stink” if it wants to “sleep in peace” for the next four years.

Kim Yo Jong’s statement was issued as U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin arrived in Asia to talk with U.S. allies Japan and South Korea about North Korea and other regional issues.

We take this opportunity to warn the new U.S. administration trying hard to give off (gun) powder smell in our land. If it wants to sleep in peace for coming four years, it had better refrain from causing a stink at its first step.

Kim Yo Jong, a senior official who handles inter-Korean affairs, also criticized the USA and South Korea for holding military exercises.

She also said the North would consider abandoning a 2018 bilateral agreement on reducing military tensions and abolish a decades-old ruling party unit tasked to handle inter-Korean relations if it no longer had to cooperate with the South.

The North “will watch the future attitude and actions of the (South Korean) authorities,” before determining whether to take exceptional measures against its rival regime that killed millions of its citizens during the WW II and the Korean War.

While Kim in recent political speeches has vowed to strengthen his nuclear weapons program, he also has said the fate of U.S. relations depends on Washington’s actions. (War drills) and hostility can never go with dialogue and cooperation.

The 2018 military agreement, which had been the most tangible outcome from the three summits between Kim and South Korean President Moon Jae-in, requires the countries to take steps to reduce conventional military threats, such as establishing border buffers in land and sea and no-fly zones.

AP / ABC Flash Point News 2021.

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Roger Thornhill
Roger Thornhill
17-03-21 11:48

The sister of the Korean leader is even a better package in disguise?