Kim Jong-un’s sister warns US of ‘more fatal security crisis’ over missile test criticism

Kim Yo-jong, politically powerful sister North Korean dictator Kim Jong Unwarned Western critics of the hermit realm of a “fatal security crisis”.

Kim Yo-jung made comment regarding North Korean missile test condemnation of US-linked countries after meeting United Nations Security Council happy friday

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This photograph provided by the North Korean government shows Kim Jong-un and his daughter at the site of a rocket launch at Pyongyang International Airport in Pyongyang, North Korea, on Friday.

This photograph provided by the North Korean government shows Kim Jong-un and his daughter at the site of a rocket launch at Pyongyang International Airport in Pyongyang, North Korea, on Friday.
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“The United States must remember that no matter how desperately they seek to disarm [North Korea]it can never deprive [North Korea] about her right to self-defence and that the more obsessed she becomes in the fight against[North Korea] actions, she will face an even more fatal security crisis,” Kim Yo-jung said in a statement to state media.

The meeting of the Security Council was convened after test launch of ICBM missiles by the North Korean military, ostensibly to strengthen national self-defense.

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Kim Jong Un and Kim Yo Jong

Kim Jong Un and Kim Yo Jong
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Kim Yo-jung criticized the US for their “disgusting joint statement along with the crowd like the UK, France, Australia, Japan and South Korea.”

State media KCNA reported on Saturday that Kim Jong-un observed the launch of a new type of intercontinental ballistic missile with his wife Ri Sol Joo and their “beloved daughter” on Friday.

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In this photo provided by the North Korean government, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un attends a meeting of the ruling party's political bureau in Pyongyang, North Korea, May 29, 2022.

In this photo provided by the North Korean government, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un attends a meeting of the ruling party’s political bureau in Pyongyang, North Korea, May 29, 2022.
(Central Korean News Agency/Korean News Service via AP)

North Korea’s state newspaper Rodong Sinmun published photographs of Kim Jong-un and his daughter watching a rocket take off.

The 38-year-old ruler said that the launch of the Hwaseong-17 rocket is longest range nuclear missile — proved that he has a reliable weapon to deter military threats from the United States.

Japanese Defense Minister Yasukazu Hamada said the weapon could travel up to 9,320 miles, enough to reach the US mainland.