North Korea has threatened Australia with a “catastrophe” in its new act, saying it would turn these countries into a pit of ash.
“If Australia continues to follow US military, economic and diplomatic pressure on North Korea despite our warnings, they will not be able to prevent a catastrophe,” the North Korean news agency quoted a North Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman as saying.”
Australian Foreign Minister Julia Bishop personally expressed her support for the United States to review all options, including the use of force for Pyongyang. And this support has raised the anger of North Korea.
North Korea also called the US president Donald Trump, as “old madman”, and warned that if the United States did not stop its military maneuvers on the northern border of North Korea, it would turn the country into a pit of ash.
The tensions came after the US Air Force supersonic bombs run over the Curie Manor Peninsula, tensions between North Korea and the United States have raised concerns about the outbreak of the Third World War.
In recent months, tensions have widened internationally across the countries of America, Iran and North Korea, and these tensions have risen in the UN General Assembly.
A few days ago, the media reported that more than 200 South Korean defense ministry documents, including the North Korean leader’s assassination plot and top-flight war map, were hijacked by North Korean hackers.