It also said that North Korea has "already warned several times that we will take counteractions for self-defence including a salvo of missiles into waters near the USA territory of Guam". US President Donald Trump announced last week that he was targeting North Korean regime with words "silence before storm" reflected in media.
These actions "reinforce our determination about the need to tame the United States with fire, and keep our hand closer to the trigger and be ready to take any countermeasures required", the commentary said.
The reclusive, communist country has made such threats in the past.
The KCNA report listed a string of perceived United States provocations - including a litany of bombastic threats from President Trump, recent deployments of a U.S. nuclear submarine and aircraft carrier to the region, and a new round of "high intensity" USA and South Korea joint naval drills.
CCN reports that the latest warnings from Pyongyang follow weeks of rising tensions, which promise to escalate further when US and South Korea joint naval exercises begin Monday. The 10-day exercise will "promote communications, interoperability, and partnership in the 7th Fleet area of operations", reads a statement from the Navy's 7th Fleet.
Donald Trump's government "is trying to provoke the DPRK with actions such as deploying B-1B (bombers), aircraft carriers and nuclear submarines in the waters around the peninsula", added this person.
Trump's White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, a former general, said Thursday that Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions, for now, are "manageable".Читайте также: Patriots add TE Will Tye, LB Trevor Reilly to practice squad
'Let's hope that diplomacy works, ' he said. He said there was already "great concern" about Americans living in Guam.
In a statement the U.S. 7th Fleet said the USS Ronald Regan aircraft carrier and two United States destroyers would take part in the drill alongside South Korean Navy vessels.
It comes after the US military flew two strategic bombers over the Korean Peninsula in a show of force late on Tuesday, Reuters reported.
The researcher, Kim Kwang Hak, did not elaborate but recalled North Korea's August warning that it could launch missiles near Guam, home to the USA air base from which the B-1B long-range bombers took off on Tuesday.
An increasingly hostile relationship between the USA and North Korea has Americans considering a preemptive strike on the country-and many Republicans are all for it.
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