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North Korean site: The Middle East may become a "cemetery" for America

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Post by rocky on Mon 06 Jan 2020, 1:43 am


North Korean site: The Middle East may become a "cemetery" for America

09:55 - 06/01/2020



North Korean site: The Middle East may become a "cemetery" for America 20170318_142206
The information / Baghdad ..
A North Korean media outlet considered that the Middle East could become a "cemetery" for America, while the official news agency published its first report today on the assassination of Washington, Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani.
"Myari", a North Korean political website, published an article entitled "Military experts expect the Middle East to become a cemetery of the United States."
The website said, "Global military experts recently stated that the United States is involved in a war in the Middle East. Even pro-Washington countries were responding negatively to their request to send troops because of their domestic policies and economic challenges, which caused the United States to despair.
The North Korean Central News Agency, in turn, said that the Quds Force Commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, Major General Qassim Soleimani, was assassinated in a US missile attack on an airport in Baghdad, Iraq, early Friday morning, and that China and Russia condemned the attack as a violation of the United Nations Charter.
"China and Russia have confirmed that they are not only opposed to the misuse of military force in international relations, but they cannot tolerate adventurous military actions," she added, referring to a telephone conversation between Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov.
She explained that the two ministers expressed their concerns about the worsening of the regional situation due to the illegal actions of the United States.
The North Korean government did not issue any official response to the assassination of Soleimani. Ended / 25 AD



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