North Korea's Diplomat Says Nuclear Weapons Aimed Only At U.S.
This tussle between North Korea and the United State of America is still on and the Asian nation will not cease to be in the news.
Like a nightmare that has refused to go away, North Korea has continued to make statements that could aggravate issues and drag the world into another war.
On Friday a high-ranking North Korean diplomat told a non-proliferation conference in Moscow that the country’s nuclear weapons were aimed at the U.S. and at no one else.
"We believe that the U.S., but not any other country, may mount a nuclear attack," Choe Hui, the Head of the North Korean Foreign Ministry’s Department on North American Affairs said.
"Our nuclear programme and weapons are aimed at the U.S.," the diplomat said in comments carried by Russian state news agency TASS.
"Our nuclear response will aim at the U.S., but not any other third country," he added.
Russia and China have the closest diplomatic relations with the insular communist state of North Korea.
The U.S. and its allies South Korea and Japan have been increasingly alarmed in recent months about the potential for a nuclear war with North Korea.
The country has tested several missiles this year alone.