North Korea still doing military drills because they wants to become a powerful nation and destroy it’s enemies, North Korea said U.S B-1B bombers flew over the Korean Peninsula on Thursday and carried out bombing drills simulating attacks on major targets in the country, the North’s official KCNA news agency said on Friday.
The KCNA said,“The frenzied US scheme of threats and blackmail, which aims to crush our republic with nuclear [weapons], continues in November as it did in October.”
U.S. president Donald Trump begins his Asia tour this weekend, to visit Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam and the Philippines. Trump has promised to make clear his strong stance against North Korea during his visit.
Tensions have been building on the Korean Peninsula following a series of nuclear and missile tests by Pyongyang as well as threats of war and personal insults traded between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
US Defense Secretary James Mattis said last week during a visit to South Korea that the threat from North Korea had “accelerated” and warned of a “massive military response” if Pyongyang uses nuclear weapons against Washington or its allies.