North Korean leader: Always put the bomb on my desk[/rtl]
[rtl]Release date: 2018/1/1 8:48 • 200 times read[/rtl]
The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has always kept the nuclear bomb button on his desk so the United States can not start the war.
He said in a television interview that all areas of the United States are within the range of nuclear weapons owned by North Korea, stressing that this is "not a threat but a fact."
But on the other hand, he opened a door to peace and said his country was "open to dialogue".
He said North Korea could send its team to the Winter Olympics.
When reporters asked President Donald Trump in Florida on the sidelines of Christmas celebrations to comment on Kim Jong-un's remarks, he replied, "We'll see, we'll see."
North Korea is under international sanctions for its missile tests and nuclear program. It has conducted six underground nuclear tests, fired ballistic missiles that it says are reaching US cities, and announced that it has developed the nuclear bomb, despite international skepticism.
Kim Jong-un insisted in his television interview that his country is keen to accelerate the production and deployment of nuclear warheads and ballistic missiles.
But he said relations with South Korea could improve next year.
North Korea celebrates its 70th anniversary in 2018, while South Korea is organizing the Winter Olympic Games.
The North Korean leader's comments on South Korea are a positive development in relations between the two countries, as the tone of the threats that prevailed before is quite different