Biden: “A nuclear attack by North Korea would mean the end of the Pyongyang regime”

Biden: “A nuclear attack by North Korea would mean the end of the Pyongyang regime”

The winds of war are blowing, at least in theory, even between the two Koreas, with the participation of the United States.

US President Joe Biden warned that a nuclear attack by North Korea would lead to the “end” of the regime during a joint press conference with South Korean President Yoon Sok Yul at the White House.

“A nuclear attack by North Korea against the United States, its allies or partners – close to Biden – is unacceptable and will spell the end of any regime that takes such action.”

The South Korean president welcomed the speech, stressing that he would eventually respond to Pyongyang with nuclear weapons.

“Our countries agreed – says Yoon Sok Yol – to immediate bilateral presidential consultations in the event of a North Korean nuclear attack, and promised to respond quickly, overwhelmingly and decisively, using the full force of the coalition, including US nuclear weapons.”

The South Korean president will stay in the United States for six days.

The two leaders insisted on the “unbreakable bond” between the two countries, and signed an agreement to enhance their military cooperation against North Korea.

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