North Korea Launches its ‘Most Powerful Weapon

An important political meeting was conducted in North Korea and the follow up event involved a parade that introduced the new submarine-launched missile. The magnificent view of the weapon was a treat for everyone and North Korea claims it to be their most prized and deadliest weapon so far. The ballistic missile was displayed in the parade that was witnessed by the Leader, Kim Jong-Un. 

The display happened days before the inauguration the US democrat, Joe Biden. In the important political meeting that preceded the display of the weapon, the ruler of North Korea strongly expressed his views that Us is the ‘biggest enemy’ of the country. The interest in weapons and defence happens to be a close indication that North Korea will not back down in case the US starts to act smart.

The pictures that were released by the country’s media showed four large missiles being displayed to the crowd that was enthusiastically waving the flags in the air. The name given to this weapon is Pukguksong and the same was revealed by the country’s expert - Ankit Panda. He called it the New Year’s New weapon in his tweet. 

The Leader of North Korea was seen to be the happiest during the parade. He donned a leather coat and fur hat to keep the cold away and smiled widely at the crowd and the procession. The Korean Central news Agency announced that the tanks, missiles and artillery displayed the might and power of the revolutionary armed forces. The intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) happens to be the biggest and the mightiest missile in the country’s possession. However, this was absent in the parade. 

While addressing the Congress last weak, Mr. Kim has announced his wish to expand the military and defence capacities of the country and also listed down the desired weapons that he plans to introduce. The missiles are deadly and can be launched from sea or land. The leader strongly believes that Us is a deadly enemy and all its strategies are aimed to destroy North Korea. No matter who sits in the ruling position, the nature of its policy against North Korea will remain unchanged.