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Report raises alarm on north korea military might

Report raises alarm on north korea military might

March 30, 2011 (Fresno) – The U.S. State Department issued a warning about the North Korean military’s possible role in Syria. On March 15, 2011, the State Department stated, “The State Department has expressed concern over a possible North Korea-Syria connection. We believe that North Korea’s ballistic missile program and continued nuclear and missile testing activities would pose a significant risk to U.S. national security interests and would need to be closely watched by our national security communities.” This is particularly true as reports indicate the North Korean Ministry of Defence has been active with North Korea’s development of ballistic missiles and other military equipment. In October, 2010, the North Korean military reportedly conducted another rocket test, this time with a new warhead with a range of up to 10,000 kilometers. North Korea’s recent activity with nuclear and missile capabilities has raised new concerns. The North Korean government has been moving closer to developing nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities. Although the North Korean leadership has announced that the country will not pursue an intercontinental ballistic missile capability as an alternative to a nuclear weapons program, tensions are rising. In 2010, the United States detected a missile launch from North Korea. The launch w우리카지노as claimed by the Northjarvees.com Korean Revolutionary Guard. After this was reported, the United States ordered sanctions against the North Korean government. In December 2010, North Korea fired a rocket that failed to reach orbit, but experts have suggested it was a failure of the U.S. anti-missile system in North Korea. The United 바카라States will likely continue to monitor North Korean activities, including the potential for missile launches. The Obama Administration has previously said that the North Korean military has been moving closer to developing nuclear weapons. As with Iran, the Obama Administration has not yet made any decision on Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program. But the North Koreans have been developing their weapons capabilities in conjunction with other nations, such as Iran and China. In May, 2010, North Korea fired what the United States considered to be a ballistic missile from its east coast into waters off its west coast. The ballistic missile, designated DF-26, flew about 11 to 13 kilometers from the ocean and landed at the Saitama International Airport off Japan’s southwestern coast, according to the Defense Department.

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