In an exclusive interview with The Associated Press in Pyongyang, North Korea’s Vice Foreign Minister Han Song Ryol on Friday said the U.S. was becoming “more vicious and more aggressive” since President Donald Trump took office. (April 14)
There were no civilian casualties, according to officials, who also said that several caves and ammunition caches were destroyed.
Vice Minister Han Song Ryol also said that North Korea’s military “will go to war if they choose.”
‘I would bring them to Auschwitz and have their meeting on the selection platform and say, “If you don’t straighten out, this is what is waiting on the world.” ‘
North Korea’s vice minister also said President Trump is “making trouble” with “aggressive” tweets.
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