Korea North The leader of North Korea, Kim Jong Un, examined images captured by the nation’s latest spy satellite of important target locations, such as Seoul, the capital of South Korea, and places housing US military installations. This information was released on Saturday by the state media. Atomic-powered On Tuesday, North Korea launched a satellite.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un examines images captured by the nation’s latest spy satellite of important target locations, including as Seoul, the capital of South Korea, and towns that are home to US military installations. This information was released on Saturday by the state media.
Atomic-powered Tuesday saw the launch of a satellite by North Korea; however, analysts and defence officials in South Korea stated that the spacecraft’s capabilities have not been officially confirmed.
Kim reportedly looked at pictures and videos of specific regions of North Korea on Friday while visiting the National Aerospace Technology Administration (NATA) control centre in Pyongyang, according to state news agency KCNA.
According to KCNA, the images were captured on Friday morning when the satellite sailed over the peninsula. They showed Seoul as well as the US and South Korean military stations at Mokpo, Kunsan, Pyeongtaek, and Osan.
NATA informed Kim Jong Un about the South Korean puppets’ intention to take pictures of the area and the reconnaissance satellite’s ongoing fine-tuning, stating that the procedure would carry on on Saturday.
Separate remarks made by North Korea on Saturday were published by KCNA. The country accused the US of arming its “puppets” with cutting-edge weaponry and warned that even a tiny spark on the Korean Peninsula might launch a nuclear conflict worldwide.
It states that the United States ought to think about the terrible repercussions of arming puppet armies.
Leading diplomats from South Korea, Japan, and the US talked on Friday, sharply denouncing the launch on November 21 for its destabilising effects on the area, according to a statement released by the US State Department.
Kim reportedly looked at images of US military sites taken over the US Pacific territory of Guam earlier this week, according to KCNA.
North Korea’s claim that Kim had already seen images of Guam, according to South Korea’s Defence Minister Shin Won-sik, was deemed “exaggerated” on Thursday.
Yonhap cited him at the time as saying, “Even if it enters a normal orbit, it takes a long time to conduct normal reconnaissance.”