It all started with the statement of U. S. President Joe Biden. When president had addressed his first Congress meet. The Congress meet was scheduled in last week. While President Joe Biden was addressing the Congress. He said that North Korea and Iran’s nuclear program are serious security threat to America and World. Further he added that he will work with allies to address those problems through diplomacy and stren deterrence.
Replying to this the North Korea warned that ” United States will go through a grave situation”. Cause United States President Joe Biden made a big blunder from his statement. By calling North Korea a security threat revealing his intent of maintaining a hostile policy towards North Korea.
Kwon Jong Gun, a senior North Korean Foreign Ministry official, said in a statement. That the U. S. President’s statement clearly reflects that he wants to maintain a hostile policy with DPRK. Which U. S. Has forced on North Korea for half a century.
Kwon Jong Gun further added that ” It is certain that the U. S. Chief executive has made a big blunder from his statement as the present day view point. ” Kwon Jong Gun also said that Now that the keynote of the U.S. new DPRK policy has become clear, we will be compelled to press for corresponding measures, and with time the U.S. will find itself in a very grave situation.” The North Korean Foreign Ministry official said.
However Kwon still didn’t specify what steps North Korea will taken against United States. But his statement is seen as effort to apply pressure on Joe Biden’s administration for shaping the North Korean policy.
Statement by the White House towards North Korea
The White House said to the Friday administration that official’s have completed a review of the U. S. Towards North Korea saying Biden plans to veer from the approaches . Of his two most recent predecessors as he tries to stop North Korea’s nuclear program. Press secretary Jen Psaki did not detail findings of the review, but suggested the administration would seek a middle ground between Donald Trump’s “grand bargain” and Barack Obama’s “strategic patience” approaches.
The official statement from the Senior North Korea Foreign Ministry official didn’t mention the Jen Psaki press statement.
In January Kim Jong Un had threatened to enlarge his nuclear arsenal. And build more high tech nuclear weapons targeting the main land of United States. Kim had also said that the fate of bilateral ties would depend on whether it abandon it’s hostile policy.
After North Korea had performed high profile nuclear tests in 2016-’17 . Kim Jong Un had launched summit diplomacy with U. S. President Donald Trump. But that diplomacy remains stalled for about two years over differences in how much sanctions relief North Korea could win in return for limited denuclearization steps.