Kim Jong-Un’s sister warns of ‘a more fatal security crisis’ as fears of nuclear tests rise: report

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North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un’s sister Kim Yo-Jong warned the United States on Tuesday of “a more fatal security crisis” following the US’s request to the United Nations Security Counsel for a condemnation of Pyongyang’s latest ballistic missile test.

“Kim Yo Jong’s warning came hours after US Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield told an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council that the US will circulate a proposed presidential statement condemning North Korea’s banned missile launches and other destabilizing activities,” the Associated Press reported. “After the meeting, Thomas-Greenfield also read a statement by 14 countries which supported action to limit North Korea’s advancement of its weapons programs.”

Jong is the deputy department director of the Publicity and Information Department of the Workers’ Party and the most powerful person in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea behind her older brother.

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“The UNSC has turned blind eyes to the very dangerous military drills of the US and South Korea and their greedy arms buildup aiming at the DPRK and taken issue with the DPRK’s exercise of its inviolable right to self-defense corresponding to them. This is evidently the application of double standards,” Jong said in a press statement released by the Korean Central News Agency – the Kim regime’s propaganda outlet.

“Great irony is that as soon as the UNSC opening meeting was over, the US vented its anger on failure in realizing its sinister intention while making public a disgusting ‘joint statement’ together with such rabbles as Britain, France, Australia, Japan, and South Korea, not concealing its bad mood,” Jong continued, adding that “it reminds one of a barking dog seized with fear.”

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