Kim Jong-un Says that the US is North Korea’s ‘Biggest Enemy’

The leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un, has released a statement on Friday declaring that the United States is his nation's "biggest enemy.

Kim Jong-un Says that the US is North Korea’s ‘Biggest Enemy’

The leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un, has released a statement on Friday declaring that the United States is his nation’s “biggest enemy.”

Just weeks ahead of the inauguration of Joe Biden, the North Korean leader has released an ominous declaration.

Kim Jong-un’s comments were recorded following three days of scheduled meetings with the congress of the ruling Workers’ Party of Korea.

In the declaration released by the Korean Central News Agency, Kim Jong-un revealed that his plans for a nuclear-powered submarine are now complete and also included a call to develop smaller nuclear warheads.

The state run news agency also reported that Kim Jong-un said that Pyongyang “should focus and be developed on subverting the US, the biggest obstacle for our revolution and our biggest enemy.”

Under Jong-un, North Korea has focused heavily on developing nuclear capabilities which are now claimed to include ballistic missiles capable of delivering nuclear warheads to the continental U.S.

New planning research for a nuclear-powered submarine has been completed and is to enter the final examination process,” Kim told the congress.

“Nothing would be more foolish and dangerous than not strengthening our might tirelessly and having an easy-going attitude at a time when we clearly see the enemy’s state-of-the-art weapons are being increased more than ever,” Kim said. “The reality is that we can achieve peace and prosperity on the Korean Peninsula when we constantly build up our national defense and suppress U.S. military threats.

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